Festival / Theatre / 21-24 September 2022

KITCHENSINKDRAMA

Tickets: Preview: €11, Performances €15/13

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Contains the use of smoke machines and strobe lighting, themes of suicide and child bereavement and references to mental health.

Show Time: Preview 21 Sept: 6:30pm | Performances: 22-24 Sept 6:30pm | Performances 23-24 Sept 1:15pm (60 mins)

Brian has not slept in days and sits in his kitchen waiting for the darkness to pass. He is visited by a talking fox who will not let him sleep. Brian invites the fox in for a coffee and a chat so he can figure out what he wants and go back to bed. But the fox has other plans. Written by Brian Bennett, this is an experimental new play with a lot of mystery and no plumbing.

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Biographies

The Collective (Aisling Ormonde, Jocelyn Clarke and Nyree Yergainharsian) are an AGF funded organisation with a focus on artists supports. Having commissioned this script in the first instance we are committed to supporting its development and realisation to the highest standard through mentorship, resource sharing and production supports.

In addition to those listed above, we will engage a Production Manager, Stage Manager, Sound Designer, Set & Costume Designer, and one further performer. We have regular collaborating artists who we are speaking to about this pending programming confirmation, including Stephen Dodd and Eugenia Genunchi

Funding

Funded by the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon.

Project Arts Centre is proudly supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council.

Disclaimer

Contains the use of smoke machines and strobe lighting, themes of suicide and child bereavement and references to mental health.

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