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Dates: 07 Jan - 16 Jan
Show Time: 8.15pm
Tickets: €10 - € 16
Preview: 7 Jan €12/€10
Dates: 8 – 16 Jan €16/€14
Matinee: 16 Jan 2.30pm €14/€12
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Rudi, growing up in 1970s Paraguay, always assumed that his father was just a German troop physician during the Second World War … until Rudi’s friend Hermann inadvertently revealed the truth.
What happens when you have to drastically rewrite your own story? How do you go on as the son of a monster?
East of Berlin is a visceral ride through past and present, heartbreak and humour, and our need for restorative justice.
“…those looking for real theatre, the kind that stretches your heart and your brain, will be well-rewarded”
“important and brave work … a must-see show, by any definition”
Fresh Daily Theatre Review
Running time: 90 min
Age suitability: 16+
Warning: This performance features smoke effects, loud noises, flashing lights and scenes of a sexual nature
Writer: Hannah Moscovitch
Director : Lee Wilson
Set Designer: Ger Clancy
Costume Designer: Naomi Faughnan
Lighting Designer: Zia Holly
Sound Designer: Dylan Tonge Jones and Cameron Macaulay
Producer: Joanna Crawley
Cast: Colin Campbell, Erin Flanigan, Liam Heslin
Production Manager: Daniel Cunningham
Stage Manager: Fodhla O’Brien
Image: Keith Dixon
This production of East of Berlin was originally produced by The Lir National Academy of Dramatic Art at Trinity College Dublin.
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