Festival+ events at Dublin Theatre Festival

Special Event


Dates: 11 Oct - 11 Oct

Show Time: 2.30pm

Admission to Festival+ events at Project Arts Centre is free but ticketed.
Tickets cannot be booked online but are available to book through the Dublin Theatre Festival Box Office over the phone (+353 1 677 8899) or in person (Dublin Theatre Festival Box Office, 44 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2).

A two-day theatrical event bringing together Polish dramaturgy and Irish theatre makers, (A)pollonia is a presentation of new dramatic forms that tackle complex historical and current issues. It is also a search for shared interests and concerns between Polish and Irish artists, opening a path for future collaborations. Over the course of the event artists and theatre-makers will stage readings, discussions and music performances inspired by twenty-first century Polish drama and texts for the stage.

“In the old days when the word still lived by divine laws, everyone in the world was Polish…” The second day of this event features a medley of topics, scenes and questions based on (A)pollonia, directed by the last year’s Irish Times Theatre Awards nominee, Rosemary McKenna.

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Polish Curator: Joanna Klass, Adam Mickiewicz Institute
Irish Curator: Joanna Crawley
Presented by White Label

Presented with the support of the Polish Embassy in Ireland and the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.

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