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“… achieves that which seems almost impossible – a show that relies almost entirely on improvisation, audience participation and interactivity, but which is also completely non-intimidating to even the least initiated theatre goer.” Irish Theatre Magazine

Dan Bergin

Theatre

FUSED

Dates: 01 Dec - 13 Dec

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €15.00 - €12.00 (All tickets 1 December just €10! | Earlybird - Book before 24 November and save 25% )

Have you ever wished that theatre had the excitement of a videogame? Would you like to be in control?

A live performance, gaming adventure in which audience members share the controls, working together to guide our hero through a variety of mind-bending puzzles.

MARVEL at stunning real-world graphics.
SHRIEK with delight at new challenges.
CURSE your fellow players for completely missing the point.

The clock is ticking … can you defeat the boss, save the world, and maybe even get the girl?

There’s only one way to find out!

Due to popular demand from audiences/players from last year’s Dublin Fringe production who played one of the two storylines and wish to play the other during this run of FUSED, we have arranged for two performances with fixed plotlines:
Tuesday 9 December – Mafia
Wednesday 10 December – Spy

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Suitable ages 16+

Cast: Annie Gill, Barry Morgan, Eddie Murphy, Ste Murray, Camille Lucy Ross
Writer/Director: Dan Bergin
Set and Lighting Designer: Zia Holly
Costume Designer: Cait Corkery
Assistant Lighting Designer: Margaret-Ellen Donovan
Production Manager: Eoin Kilkenny
Producer: Joanna Crawley
Graphic Designer: Robert Semple
Photographer: Ste Murray
Crew: Sarabell Wrigley, Shannon O’Brien, Natasha Bertram

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