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Collapsing Horse Theatre Company presents



Dates: 23 Jul - 25 Jul

Show Time: 9.00pm

Tickets: €15 - €12

Please Note: This performance begins at 9.00pm

Starring Jack Gleeson, Aaron Heffernan and Eoghan Quinn, Bears in Space is a new hour of madness from Collapsing Horse.

The show centres around two cosmonaut bears on a spaceship hurtling toward the impossibly distant limits of the universe, and the villainous beings who chase them. Through their renowned puppetry, comic skills and music, one of Ireland’s most exciting theatre companies, Collapsing Horse, consider the perils and wonders of a journey across space and time to nowhere. Join them on their ethereal adventure!


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Starring Aaron Heffernan, Eoghan Quinn, Cameron Maccauley and Jack Gleeson
Written by Eoghan Quinn
Directed by Dan Colley
Designed by Colm McNally
Composed by Cameron Macauley
Production Manager Trev O Connell

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