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Dublin Theatre Festival presents a work in progress by Shaun Dunne

Work in Progress

Decoys

Dates: 12 Oct - 12 Oct

Show Time: 12pm

Work in Progress 

Decoys is a new work by documentary theatre artist Shaun Dunne, looking at the reintegration of sex offenders into mainstream community.

Written and performed by Shaun, this piece is heavily informed by a period of time he spent in the UK, volunteering with organisations that work to equip convicted offenders towards community living.

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Supported by an Arts Council bursary towards developing solo performance and the Pan Pan International Mentorship programme.

Supported by Irish Theatre Institute and Coiscéim.

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