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Brokentalkers in association with Project Arts Centre present
Dates: 16 Nov - 18 Nov
Show Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: €16 - €18
This Beach is a blistering satire of white western privilege made in response to the global refugee crisis
A private beach inhabited by a family; a European family.
They are the owners of the beach. The beach has been in their family for generations.
The family celebrate a wedding, a union between two sides; each of whom can offer something to the other. Security, prosperity, progeny.
During the wedding celebration a stranger arrives on the shore of their beach. The family must decide how to deal with this stranger.
A response to the current refugee crisis gripping Europe and the notion of sovereignty of one people over a piece of land; and the lengths people will go to bar entry to their dominion.
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We are delighted to announce a This Beach post-show discussion with BrokenTalkers writers Gary Keegan and Feidlim Cannon. The post-show discussion will take place on Friday 17 November following the 7.30pm performance.
Duration: 80 min
Suitable: Age 15+
Writers and Directors: Feidlim Cannon and Gary Keegan
Movement Director: Eddie Kay
Dramaturg: Bjarni Johnsson
Set and Costume Designer: Sabine Dargent
Lighting Designer: Sarah Jane Shiels
Cast: Pom Boyd, Anthony Morris, Venetia Bowe, Daniel Reardon, Neimhin Robinson, Bryan Quinn
This Beach was originally co-produced by Goethe Institut, Munich Kammerspiele and Dublin Fringe Festival 2016
Brokentalkers are Project Artists, an initiative of Project Arts Centre
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