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“These boys are without doubt destined to be huge.” The Observer
“On a glitter sprinkled rocket ship to global domination.” Hot Press
“A first-class comedy band that have it in them to be Ireland’s (even scruffier) answer to Flight Of The Conchords.” The Guardian
“Poised to go from cult hit to Minchin-like stardom.” The List
Dead Cat Bounce presents
Dates: 18 Dec - 22 Dec
Show Time: 8pm
Tickets: €20 - €22
Ten years after Dead Cat Bounce‘s first performance right here in Project… Three years after they quit forever…. Join us for a Christmas miracle as the comedy rock legends reunite to squeeze into their leopard print pants for their second-ever last-ever show… But like, for reals this time.
As seen on RTÉ 2’s Republic of Telly, Channel 4, BBC 3 and BBC Comedy online.
Winner of the Time Out Jury Prize, Sydney Comedy Festival 2010
Winner of the People’s Choice Award, Sydney Comedy Festival 2011
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Duration: 120 minutes
July 06 2018, at 04:08pm
Need a rehearsal space? We've got you covered. For the month of August we're offering reduced rates to makers and artists to use the Cube for rehearsal space and the development of new work. The space can be hired on a daily or weekly basis during the dates below, all days are 10am - 6pm. Dates: 24 - 27 July 30 Jul - 2 Aug 7 - 10 Aug 17 Aug 20 - 24 Aug Rates: Daily: €65 (unfunded) €100 (funded) Weekly: €300 (unfunded) €450 (funded) To make an enquiry please email firstname.lastname@example.org The space is also available for commercial…Read More
July 06 2018, at 10:54am
Visual artist Åsa Sonjasdotter is currently finishing off her research trip around Ireland organised by Project's Curator of Visual Arts, Lívia Páldi. Over the course of her stay she has visited experts, sites and organisations, all in preparation for her artistic project, Cultivating Stories, a work that investigates questions and and stories of local, cultivated plants. Along the way she has learnt about methods for analysing 6000 year old grains found on archaeological sites thanks to the generous introduction by archeologist Dr Meriel McClatchie at the School of Archaeology, University College Dublin, she has received hundreds of leftover oak tree seedlings from the…Read More