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"Every journey to the theatre commences in hope, (too often dashed) here it is totally justified" - Irish Theatre Magazine on FOLLOW 2011 "Outstanding in it's field" - The Irish Times on FARM 2012
WillFredd Theatre presents
Dates: 20 Feb - 01 Mar
Show Time: 8.15pm
Tickets: €15 - €12 (All tickets 19 February just €12!)
On a hilltop in Dublin, staff are working around the clock. They make tea. They give baths. They paint nails. They refill syringe drivers. They throw clay at walls with children. Some pray. Some don’t. Everyone they care for is dying.
WillFredd Theatre have teamed up with a number of Irish Hospice staff to bring you CARE, a show which questions what Hospice is. Fusing movement, live music and text, every word, sound and image in CARE is drawn from daily Hospice life.
From the company that brought you the critically-acclaimed FARM and FOLLOW comes a new show about the people who help you live until you die.
Tuesday 25th February
“How WillFredd Theatre make their work”
Sophie Motley, Jack Cawley, Margarita Corscadden and more company members to be confirmed
Friday 28th February
“Theatre and the hospice-working together to develop CARE”
Regina McQuillian and Joe Mooney (St Francis Hospice staff), Sophie Motley and Sarah Jane Sheils (WillFredd Theatre), and David Heap (Actor and Palliative Care worker)
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Director – Sophie Motley
Lighting and Set Design – Sarah Jane Shiels
Choreography – Emma O’Kane
Costume Design – Sarah Bacon
Sound and Music – Jack Cawley and Seán Mac Erlaine
Dramaturg – Dan Colley
Assistant Director – Zoe Reardon
Producer – Kate Ferris
Performed by – Jack Cawley, Sonya Kelly, Seán Mac Erlaine, Eleanor Methven and Shane O’Reilly
Production Manager – Adam Fitzsimons
Stage Manager – Margarita Corscadden
The performance on the 27th February will be audio described and captioned. Please book your seats and headsets in advance.
Audio description and captioning is facilitated by Arts & Disability Ireland with funding from the Arts Council.
If you wish to avail of audio description or captioning please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01-8819613 to reserve seats . Programme notes will be read 15 minutes before the performance via the headsets, so please ensure that you arrive early to be seated.
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