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Project Arts Centre and THISISPOPBABY as part of Dublin Theatre Festival present
Dates: 24 Sep - 03 Oct
Tickets: €15 - €25
24 September 7.30pm (preview)
25 September 7.30pm
26 September 6.00pm & 9.00pm
3 October 1.00pm
A gutsy love story that keeps you moving forwards when you think you’re falling backwards, I’m Your Man is a musical journey from death to new life – a roadmap back from rock bottom.
You’ve overcome obstacles, battled inner demons and had your heart smashed into a million pieces in order to seek out the true love of your life – a love that you always felt but never believed possible; a love that you always hoped for but never dared acknowledge, for fear of what it might ask of you.
Can love bring us back to life?
Music and theatre collide in this intimate and poignant new show from the writer of Alice In Funderland and the songwriter with the band Life After Modelling.
“Phillip McMahon’s acerbic script tears strips off everything in sight… For all its brittle edges and underground, club-culture aesthetic, this production has a huge heart.”
The Guardian on Alice In Funderland
Running time: 60 min approx, no interval
Contains strong language
Post-Show Discussion: Friday 25 September
with Mark Palmer, Phillip McMahon and members of the company
Music and Lyrics: Mark Palmer
Book and Direction: Phillip McMahon
Cast: Alma Kelliher, Adam Matthews, Ruth McGill, Bronwyn Murphy-White, Bryan O’Connell, Mark Palmer
Lighting Design: Mark Galione
Set Design: Áine O’Hara
Costume Design: Emma Fraser
Produced as part of Project Artists, an initiative of Project Arts Centre
Funded through an Arts Council Theatre Project Award
This project is supported by the Abbey Theatre.
Phillip McMahon is part of Six In The Attic, an Irish Theatre Institute resource sharing initiative.
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