Verdant Productions presents

Theatre

FOXY

Dates: 27 Oct - 07 Nov

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €16 - €14

Preview: 27 October

Real Deal: All tickets 27 October (preview) just €10

Earlybird: Book early and save 25%

 

Every one of us judges others on first contact.

Life was simpler when he was a child, but for adult Mark, carrier of the mutant redheaded gene, life is suddenly shocking.

Faced with imminent extinction and drawn into the hidden world of acceptable prejudice, he is forced to confront the grim reality of not fitting in.

Meanwhile, lonely Doreen faces her shameful past, and Traveller Michael is pushed to the limits in this darkly humorous modern tale.

FOXY by Noelle Brown, co-writer of the critically acclaimed POSTSCRIPT, is a theatrical experience where fact, and fiction collide against a backdrop of original songs, testimony and gingerism.


 

★★★★ “[a] powerful piece of work”
The Irish Times on POSTSCRIPT

“A gentle, sad, funny delight”
Sunday Independent on POSTSCRIPT


 

Running time: 70 min


 

Written by Noelle Brown

Directed by Oonagh Murphy

With Michael Collins, Mark Fitzgerald and Sorcha Fox

Set Design by Maree Kearns

Costume Design by Liv Monaghan

Lighting Design by Kevin Smith

Sound Design by Denis Clohessy

Composer: Sarah Kinlen


 

Bringing a group?
Discounted rates are available for groups of 8 people or more.
To find out how much you could save, contact Andrew on 01 8819613 or andrew@projectartscentre.ie.

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