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As part of Dublin Theatre Festival, Dublin Youth Theatre, Ireland Presents
Dates: 27 Sep - 01 Oct
Show Time: 7.45pm
Tickets: €12 - €18
Preview: Sept 27, 7.45pm €11/€12
Matinees: 30 Sept & 1 Oct 2.45pm €14/€15
This is a play about the first eighteen years of your life and all of the things you may or may not learn in that time. How to cook, how to share a room without going insane, how to be happy. It’s about how after those eighteen years you’re expected to know certain things, even though there isn’t a class. It’s about how that’s scary, even if you’re prepared. It’s about how lots of people aren’t, not even remotely.
this is a room… is performed by young people who will never own houses.
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Duration: 90 mins. No interval.
Post-show: Sept 30, post-show (2.45pm)
Writer: Dylan Coburn Gray
Director: Veronica Coburn
Cast: Abigail Adrian-Sisson, Liadh Blake, Isaac Casey, Niamh Cotter, Jane Finnegan, Jessie Flynn, Eoin Fullston, Joe Gallagher, Briain Hudson, Eimear Hussey, Aaron Katambay, Finn Kilbride, Pippa Molony, Sibeal Ni Mhaoileoin, Celine O’Brien, Colm O’Rourke, Andrew Richardson, Daniel Roddy, Amy Shields, Lee Stafford, Sean Talbot, Ceri-May Thomas
Set and Costume Designer: Deirdre Dwyer
Lighting Designer: Eamon Fox
Funded through the Arts Council’s YPCE Programme Activity Fund.
Supported by CDYSB and Dublin City Council.
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