100 MINUTES

Dates: 14 Apr - 14 Apr

Tickets: €16

100 Minutes 2007 is a collection of ten new ten-minute plays about now. Submitted by playwrights from around the globe and performed by an ensemble of ten actors, 100 Minutes 2007 explores the current political and cultural moment. This format creates an active forum for emerging writers, and presents an extraordinary challenge for actors, directors, and designers. The wide range of themes, characters, and genres provides food for thought, while the fast pace and variety ensure an entertaining evening.

‘…an exciting, experimental piece of fringe. ‘

The Metro

By AUSTEN BREAFFA, HUGH CARDIFF, ELIZABETH HOYE, FIN KEEGAN, DANIEL KELLEY, JENNIFER KILLELEA, PHIL KINGSTON, OLIVER MCQUILLAN, CAITLIN MITCHELL, JESSE WEAVER Directors CLARE CREELY, NICK JOHNSON, JENNIFER KILLELEA, DUNCAN MOLLOY, MAEVE STONE

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