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Comedy

Foil Arms and Hog: Work in Progress

Dates: 28 Jul - 28 Jul

Show Time: 3pm

Tickets: €15

Irish comedy, potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, Potato, you racist. Former children and regular eaters Foil Arms and Hog are previewing their new show “Swines” in the iconic Project Arts Centre. The show is yet to be reviewed but when it is it will be “utterly spellbinding” and “a triumph”. Best known for their YouTube videos (100 million online hits), their live show is what they’re most proud of. They’ve sold out every show in Dublin  since 2011 and this show is not to be missed.

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