ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE

Dates: 18 Apr - 05 May

Tickets: €7

Attempts to describe her?

Attempts to destroy her?

Or attempts to destroy herself?

Is Anne the object of violence?

Or its terrifying practiitioner?

Through the course of seventeen distinct but interconnected scenarios, a group of unnamed characters try to piece together the identity of the mysterious Anne. Martin Crimp’s 1997 play brings us on a whistle-stop journey through the emotional and political landscapes of our time, taking in art, surveillance, pornography, terrorism, genocide and globalisation along the way.

‘…a manifesto for the future of theatre as well as a chillingly well observed consideration of the soullessness of modern human existence in a consumerist culture’ The Guardian

Director TOM CREED

Lighting SINÉAD MCKENNA

Set & Costume CONOR MURPHY

Composer DENIS CLOHESSY

Choreographer REBECCA WALTER Cast

KATHY KIERA CLARKE, PETER DALY, RUTH HEGARTY, DARRAGH KELLY, HILARY O’SHAUGHNESSY, RORY NOLAN

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