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"Essential, brave, and transformative. More than anything, Coady’s work breaks the fistlike silence around suicide" Georgia Straight
“Doireann Coady delivers one of the bravest, rawest, emotionally exhausting performances you’re ever likely to see... A performance that howls, screams, excites, and eviscerates. A cry, a prayer, a never-ending love letter, ‘I’m Not Here’ is touched by the divine.” The Arts Review
Dates: 01 Feb - 02 Feb
Show Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: €16 - 18
Doireann is here and she wants to check
“Is that working properly?”
She’s going to be doing a couple of songs, a couple of poems and maybe a few stories.
“Is this working?”
She’s after finding a load of tapes.
It’s like a DJ set.
You might dance if you want to.
You might not.
You might be here and then there.
Things will appear and then disappear
But you will not be afraid.
It’s a duet with her brother.
He’s not here. She’s here. You’re here.
Thanks very much for being here.
It’s a duet with her brother.
He’s not here.
He is dead.
Doireann Coady is back again to stage the unstageable, to speak to the silence and to dance where there is no light.
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Suitable for ages 16+
The show presents content that some viewers might find distressing, as well as loud sounds and strong light effects.
Written, directed and designed by: Doireann Coady
Composed by: Rob Moloney
Dramaturg: Gary Keegan
Associate artist: Grace Dyas
Director: Barry O’Connor
Stage Manager: Gemma Collins
Lighting Design: Eoin Winning
Associate Costume and set Designer: Sarah Foley
Choreographer: Ruairi O’Donovan
Funded through an Arts Council Theatre Project Award.
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