Rough Magic Theatre Company presents

Theatre

THE EFFECT

Dates: 22 Mar - 01 Apr

Tickets: €18 - €20

Preview: 22 Mar 7.45pm €18
Dates: 23 Mar – 1 Apr 7.45pm €20/€18
Matinees: 25 Mar & 1 Apr 2.45pm €18

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Tickets will cost €2 more if you book within 2 hours to showtime

Post Show Discussion
Monday 27 March
Ronan Phelan (Director) and Cast

 

“If you feel like you love someone, does it really matter why?”

Connie and Tristan have chemistry. Their pulses charge, their pupils dilate, their hearts race.

But, as volunteers on a drugs trial for a new antidepressant, is their attraction real or merely a side effect?

And as their feelings grow, and the dosages increase, will their doctors be able to control it?

In its Irish premiere, Lucy Prebble’s award-winning neuro-biological romance explores what it feels like to experience love on mind-altering medication.

 

Duration: 1 hour 55 minutes with interval

 

Cast Siobhán Cullen, Donal Gallery, Ronan Leahy and Ali White
Directed by Ronan Phelan
Set and Costume Design Sarah Bacon
Lighting Design Sarah Jane Shiels
Music and Sound Design Denis Clohessy
AV Design Adam Gibney

Funded by the Arts Council and Dublin City Council

 

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