Theatre / 22 July - 03 August 2013


Show Time: 11.00am - 8.00pm
Foreign Bodies is the story of Adam, a political hero fighting with communism in Poland. He is a perfect husband, a good friend and a role-model for others. But no-one knows that he is a female trapped in his own male body. So after the fall of communism in 1989, when Poland gains political freedom, he changes sex and turns into Ewa. Now, as Ewa, she must struggle with social rejection, poverty and solitude in a new, capitalist country.
Mixing past with present, Ewa discovers the dual imprisonment of an individual in two political systems…
With support from The Embassy of the Republic of Poland and the National Lesbian and Gay Federation.
There will be post show discussions following performances on 24 July, 26 July and 1 August.
A documentary screening of I still believe, about Ewa Holuszko, directed by Magda Mosiewicz will also take place on 1 August, 6pm.


24 July – 3 August ~ Tickets €14/12

Real Deal – 22 July ~ 2 Tickets for €14
Preview – 23 July ~ Tickets €10
Matinee, 27 July & 3 August (2.30pm) ~ Tickets €10
Duration ~ approx 90mins

BOOKING: (+353 1) 881 9613
Groups 
Group discounts available in advance only, ask to speak to Melanie or (Mon-Fri during office hours)
Our seating is unreserved so you will choose your seat on the night of the performance. We advise you to arrive at least 10 minutes before the start time as we are unable to seat patrons once a performance has begun.
Before the show, why not…? 
…have a look around our gallery. During exhibitions our gallery is open Mon-Sat from 11AM until the performance begins….
…or catch up with your friends by having a drink in our bar. We offer a full bar service so if you just can’t wait to talk about the show join us afterwards for another.
Parking Offer
Present your Project Art Centre ticket (evening performances only) at the Fleet Street Car Park and you will qualify for a special fixed price of just €5. Ask at box office for more information.


Written by Julia Holewi?ska
Translated by Artur Zapalowski
Directed by Lianne O’Shea

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