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Rough Magic as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe presents

Theatre

HOW TO KEEP AN ALIEN

Dates: 04 Sep - 13 Sep

Show Time: 8.30pm

Tickets: €15 - €13 (Preview €11)

Sonya Kelly is back with a tearfully funny, hilariously tender memoir about securing an Irish visa for her Australian partner. They met. They fell in love. Now all they have to do is prove it to the government.

Join her madcap global odyssey from the stony townlands of Offaly to the leafy depths of the Queensland bush. It’s a tricky business coming from the opposite ends of the earth. It takes an Olympian will and the heart of a whale but above all else, paperwork. It takes a hell of a lot of paperwork.

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Supported by The Arts Council of Ireland (Theatre stream) and Dublin City Council.
This project was developed at MAKE, a residential workshop facilitated by Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre and Theatre Forum.

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