Klosterhof

Cube

Theatre/ 09 Oct 2018 - 13 Oct 2018

€20-25

Turkowski & Nowacka, Poland Matinee: 3.45pm, 13 Oct Talking Theatre: 13 Oct, post-show (3.45pm), with Janek Turkowski and Iwona Nowacka. Klosterhof is the historical name of the oldest part of the Polish city of Szczecin. The artists live and work…

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Youth Theatre Ireland Young Critics’ Panel

Cube

Talks and Readings/ 07 Oct 2018 - 07 Oct 2018

€0.00

The Young Critics are back. Get a different perspective on this year’s festival programme as 16 young people from across Ireland share their critical response in a session chaired by Dr. Karen Fricker. Since April, the Young Critics have been…

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In Development: Dance Plague

Cube

Theatre/ 06 Oct 2018 - 06 Oct 2018

€0.00

Dance Plague is about bodies, autonomy, rebellion, wildness, animalistic abandon, losing yourself and losing selfconsciousness. It’s about music and the brain, it’s about the body as captivated and limited by our culture, and the sudden violent schism that sets it…

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In Development: The Blackwater Lightship by Colm Tóibín

Space Upstairs

Theatre/ 06 Oct 2018 - 06 Oct 2018

€0.00

‘When I was young, lying in bed, I used to believe that Tuscar was a man and the Blackwater Lightship was a woman and they were both sending signals to each other and to other lighthouses, like mating calls.’ It’s…

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In Development: Before by Pat Kinevane

Soace Upstairs

Theatre/ 05 Oct 2018 - 05 Oct 2018

€0.00

From the Olivier Award-winning team of writer/ performer Pat Kinevane, director Jim Culleton and composer Denis Clohessy. Following the huge international success of Fishamble’s trilogy — Forgotten, Silent and Underneath —Before is a new play with much music, set in…

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Company

Space Upstairs

Theatre/ 03 Oct 2018 - 07 Oct 2018

€15-25

Company SJ, Ireland Preview: 7.30pm, 3 Oct Matinee: 2.30pm, 6-7 Oct Talking Theatre: 5 Oct post-show, with Sarah Jane Scaife and Raymond Keane. ‘A voice comes to one in the dark. Imagine.’ Opening with this tantalising directive, Samuel Beckett’s Company reads almost…

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