As part of Tiger Dublin Fringe, Dick Walsh and Pan Pan present

Theatre

GEORGE BUSH AND CHILDREN (2016)

Dates: 10 Sep - 17 Sep

Show Time: 9.15pm

Tickets: €11 - €15

Previews: 10 – 11 Sep €11
Dates: 12 – 17 Sep €15/13

Topical talk-shows are spontaneous speech-acts. Kind of. Repeat them verbatim in a theatre, and you see that they are theatre.

Sophisticated and very effective. But a form of theatre that Shakespeare could never have dreamed of. Or even Bertolt Brecht.

Energy, death, the truth, surfing, speedos, sex, history, politics and the meaning of life. Everything you could want is touched upon.

And even though nothing new is being said here (we’re just repeating what’s already been said); you should come to this show. The same thing is happening in every other theatre right now anyway, isn’t it?

 

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Running time: 65 min

Supported by the Arts Council and Irish Theatre Institute

Tiger Dublin Fringe 2016 at Project Arts Centre

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