Project Arts Centre presents

Theatre

A PLAY ON TWO CHAIRS

Dates: 01 Feb - 04 Feb

Show Time: 8:15pm

Tickets: €15 - €12

Theatre
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By Strand Theatre Company

A PLAY ON TWO CHAIRS

A man, a woman, two chairs and a battle of the sexes.

A fast, humorous journey through the complicated world of lust, love & passion. Taking a look at the everyday interactions of modern day relationships; its physical theatre with flirting, fighting, falling in and out of love and lots of fun.

A Play on Two Chairs is written by Michael West, known for his work with The Corn Exchange including Freefall and Dublin by Lamplight.

Suitable ages 16+ contains some strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.

Performance Dates, Tickets and Information

1 – 4 FEB 2012~ Tickets 15/12 (conc)

MATINEE 4 FEB 2012, 3PM ~Tickets 12

Duration approx 45 mins no interval

*Concession tickets are available, with valid identification, to Students, Senior Citizens, Equity Members and the Unwaged.

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By Michael West

Directed by Leona Nally

Cast: Andrew Adamson and Karoline Rose O’Sullivan

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