Exclusive previews and one-off experiences from just €5 a month
Dick Walsh and Pan Pan Theatre Company present
Dates: 13 Mar - 18 Mar
Tickets: €10 - €18
Preview: Mon 13 Mar 7.45pm €10
Dates: Tue 14 – Sat 18 Mar 7.45pm €16/€14
Matinee: Sat 18 Mar 2.45pm €16/€14
Book early or pay more on the door!
Tickets will cost €2 more if you book within 2 hours to showtime
Dick Walsh returns with his hit Dublin Fringe Festival 2016 show!
Topical talk-shows are spontaneous speech-acts (kind of).
Repeat them verbatim in a theatre and you see that they are theatre.
Energy, death, the truth, surfing, speedos, sex, history, politics and the meaning of life – everything you could want is touched upon.
Sophisticated and very effective, it’s a form of theatre that Shakespeare could never have dreamed of, nor even Bertolt Brecht…
“Intense and at times mordantly funny”
Post Show Discussion
Wednesday 15 March
Dick Walsh and Gavin Quinn (Co-Director Pan Pan)
Running time: 55 min
Actors: Oddie Braddell, Fionnuala Flaherty, Shane Connolly and Grainne Hallahan
Lights by Eoghan Carrick
Sound by Vincent Doherty
Costume by Miriam Donahue
Set by Tom O’Brien
Assistant Director: James Moran
Supported by the Arts Council and Irish Theatre Institute
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