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With more 5-star reviews than you could ever wish for, sold-out shows, and an ‘Acting Excellence’ award, Beowulf: The Blockbuster emerged as the number one show to see at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
And it continues to wow audiences at home and abroad.
Gripping, witty, poignant and vastly entertaining, this triumph of a play reminds us that life is not about how we die, but about how we live.
This one-man stage phenomenon features an utterly compelling and charismatic performance from one of Ireland’s most skilled performers, award-winning actor Bryan Burroughs.
Beowulf: The Blockbuster combines humour, empathy and raw emotion to give genuine goosebumps.
You’ll be talking about it long after you leave the theatre.
★★★★★ “a remarkable piece of theatre”
The Sunday Times
★★★★★ “No props, gimmicks or special effects – just brilliant theatre”
The Irish Times
★★★★★ “This phantasmagoric production is a tour de force for its writer-star, Bryan Burroughs”
The New York Times Critics’ Pick
★★★★★ “a virtuoso physical performance… a ripping script”
★★★★★ “the supremely talented Bryan Burroughs”
Duration: 70 min
Suitable for ages 12+
Written and performed by Bryan Burroughs
Developed and directed by David Horan
Designed by Maree Kearns
Lighting by Kevin Smith
Sound Design by Philip Stewart
Produced by Pat Moylan
Assistant Produced by Vincent Brightling
Marketing by Sinead McPhillips
Production Photography by Amanda Gentile, courtesy of Irish Arts Center
Presented by Pat Moylan, Beowulf: The Blockbuster is a Show in a Bag production and was first presented in September 2013 at the Dublin Fringe Festival.
Show in a Bag is an artist development initiative of Dublin Fringe Festival, Fishamble: The New Play Company and Irish Theatre Institute.
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