Glass Doll Productions

Theatre

INHABITANCE

Dates: 29 Apr - 14 May

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €10 - €16

Previews: 29 Apr –  3 May €12
Dates: 4 – 14 May €16/14

Real Deal: All tickets 9 May just €10
Earlybird: Book by 31 Mar and save 25%

Society is in free-fall. Violence is epidemic. Gangs roam the streets. And Lucy Hill is missing.

A dark thriller full of shock and suspense, Inhabitance is the story of a mother willing to do anything to find her daughter.

If the public could only connect with Lucy, understand her, listen to her story, maybe they could help to find her. If only there was a way to make people care.

Welcome to the future of mass entertainment.

Why should you see this show?
We’re still reeling from Broadening, Glass Doll’s 2013 smash hit so we can’t wait to see what they have in store this time.


 

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★★★★★
“Unnerving, disturbing, thought provoking; this is new writing at its best”
Irish Theatre Magazine on Broadening

★★★★
“A convincingly suspenseful evening.”
The Irish Times on Broadening


 

Post-Show Discussion: Wed 11 May
Inhabitance playwright Peter Dunne will discuss his current research and investigation of endurance as entertainment. This is a part of his development as a thriller and horror writer.
Peter has recently received Arts Council funding and is currently interviewing horror experts, psychologists and the public in order to both create live fear experiences and test his own limitations when it comes to fear and endurance events.
Peter is currently a member of Six in the Attic at the Irish Theatre Institute and is, as always, writing.


 

Running time: 90 min (no interval)

Age suitability: 14+

Warning: this performance contains strong language and other content that audience members may find disturbing


 

Written by Peter Dunne
Director Ronan Phelan
Cast includes Charlie Bonner, Fíonna Twamley Hewitt, Michelle McMahon and Amilia Stewart
Producers Donncha O’Dea and Aoife Moroney Ward
Set Design Zia Holly
Sound Design Denis Clohessy
Graphic Design Oliver Smith


 

Glass Doll Productions was established in 2010 by Aoife Moroney Ward and Donncha O’Dea. The company have had two very successful productions, I Am My Own Wife and Broadening, a new piece of writing by Peter Dunne. Broadening premiered at Dublin Fringe Festival 2012 and was revived at Project Arts Centre in 2013.


 

Bringing a group?
Discounted rates are available for groups of 8 people or more. To find out how much you could save, contact our box office team on 01 8819613 or box-office@projectartscentre.ie

 

 

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