KITCHEN - YOU'VE NEVER HAD IT SO GOOD

Dates: 27 Jun - 28 Jun

Tickets: €20

It’s 1965 and everything is just about to happen. pop, subculture, superstars, feminism, drugs, bright lights, and sex are about to rock the world like never before. Gob squad take the hand of the king of pop himself, andy warhol, and take a trip back to the underground cinemas of new york city, back to where it all began. Part of We Are Here 3.0 Performance in the city Playful and thought provoking, the the performances in We Are Here 3.0 use cities and their people as source material. Co-produced by Project Arts Centre and Dublin Docklands Development Authority.

 

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