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Fast, furious, and fiercely funny, “All Honey” is a laugh-out-loud joy, featuring some seriously impressive comedy talent.” Arts Review

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All Honey

Dates: 11 Feb - 22 Feb

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €14-18

Ru and Luke are throwing a house-warming.

They intend to warm their house.

However, their guests seem more interested in whispering in the box room than joining the festivities. Explosive characters and unfolding secrets mean Ru and Luke will have to clean up more than red wine stains and glitter.

All honey is an award-winning laugh out loud comedy by Ciara Elizabeth Smyth & directed by Jeda de Brí.

Watch in horror and hilarity as friends become enemies.

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