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"Anyone fresh from a bad breakup will recognise the sensations, oscillating between anguish and repudiation." **** Irish Times

"Mesmerising gig theatre" Chris McCormack, Musings in Intermissions

"Commanding, fearless performance." Meg.ie

One Two One Two presents

Theatre

Everything I Do

Dates: 26 Jul - 27 Jul

Show Time: 9pm

Tickets: €18-22

Matinee Performance: 4.30pm

Everything I Do premiered at the Dublin Fringe Festival 2018 in a sell-out run at Project Arts Centre. It’s a music-driven theatre piece about the universality of love, pain and hope. In an intimate and soulful performance based on personal material, for which Zoe Ní Riordáin received the Best Performer Award at the Dublin Fringe, the show searches for a meaningful connection with the audience.

All proceeds from the performances will go to our tour to Edinburgh Fringe Festival August 2019.

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Ages: 12+
Duration: 60 minutes (no interval)

Directed by: Maud Lee
Sound Design by: Simon Cullen
Set Design by: Ger Clancy
Lights Design by: Fenna von Hirschheydt
Costume Design by: One Two One Two

Originally developed with dancer Aoife McAtamney.

The show was developed with support from Project Arts Centre, Mermaid Arts Centre, Pan Pan Theatre, La MaMa International Residency Programme, MAKE artist residency and Dublin City Council.

One Two One Two are Resident Project Artists at Project Arts Centre, find out more about their work here.

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We’re committed to keeping our prices affordable. Our tickets are at their most expensive from 6pm on the day of the show, so you can get the best possible value by booking in advance!

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