- 25 April 2017-13 May 2017
- Tickets €14-€18
Preview: 25 – 27 Apr 7.45pm €14
Dates: 28 Apr- 13 May 7.45pm €18/€16
Matinees: 6 May, 13 May 2.45pm €14
Oliver Award-winning Fishamble presents a play by Eva O’Connor, winner of the Fishamble New Writing Award at Dublin Fringe Festival 2015.
Maz and Bricks tells the story of two young people who meet over the course of a day in Dublin. Maz is attending a ‘Repeal the 8th’ demonstration, while Bricks is going to meet his young daughter. As the day unfolds, the two become unlikely friends, changing each other in ways they never thought possible.
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Post Show Discussions
Fancy a chance to really delve into the art and issues of MAZ AND BRICKS? Fishamble is pleased to offer three free post-show discussions exploring the issues of the play, including the current campaign to Repeal the 8th Amendment.
Thursday 27th April:
Ailbhe Smyth – Convenor, Coalition to Repeal the Eight Amendment
Wednesday 3rd May:
Cecily Brennan – Artists’ Campaign to Repeal the Eight Amendment
Roisin Ingle – The Irish Times
Cian O’Brien – Artist Director, Project Arts Centre
Tuesday 9th May:
Senator Ivana Bacik
All talks will feature MAZ AND BRICKS playwright Eva O’Connor and will be moderated by Gavin Kostick.
Duration: 80 minutes
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About the Company
Fishamble is an internationally acclaimed Irish theatre company, which discovers, develops and produces new work, across a range of scales. Fishamble is committed to touring throughout Ireland and internationally, and typically presents over 200 performances of its plays in approximately 60 venues per year.
Fishamble has earned a reputation as ‘a global brand with international theatrical presence’ (Irish Times), ‘forward-thinking Fishamble’ (New York Times), ‘acclaimed Irish company’ (Scotsman) and ‘excellent Fishamble…Ireland’s terrific Fishamble’ (Guardian) through touring its productions to audiences in Ireland as well as 19 other countries.
Fishamble is at the heart of new writing for theatre in Ireland, not just through its productions, but through its extensive programme of Training, Development and Mentoring schemes.