Claire & Leah & Dylan as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe presents

Theatre

B(R)ITCHES

Dates: 16 Sep - 20 Sep

Show Time: 7.00pm

Tickets: €15 - €13 (Preview €11)

How does theatre work? When is nudity tasteful? Would you be in an ad for laxatives if they paid you five grand? If the director told you to, would you hit someone in the face as hard as you could? (No, harder than that.)

Join two performers as they grapple with these questions and many more. They’ll take you on a tour of the theatre and its history; writers and styles get picked up, crash-tested, discarded. It’ll be funny, irreverent and thought-provoking (not to mention colossally silly). Do come along.

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Running time: 60 mins approx.

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