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Peter Sheridan presents

Theatre

BREAK A LEG

Dates: 29 Apr - 10 May

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €15 - €12 (All tickets 28 April just €10!)

A new show from acclaimed playwright and director Peter Sheridan based on his recent memoir, Break A Leg, which tells the story of his life in the theatre, and delving deeply into Sheridan’s life, as well as the wider culture and politics of Ireland in the 1960s and 1970s.

The theatre, seen through Sheridan’s eyes, can do much more than entertain; it is a vehicle of social change. Honestly confronting his emerging problems with panic attacks and alcohol, and blending social history with memoir, Sheridan’s story is delivered in a gutsy, fresh style that captures your attention from the first moment.

Peter Sheridan is a writer, theatre director, playwright, screenwriter, and film director.

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