MALAPROP

Theatre

LOVE+

Dates: 20 Jun - 25 Jun

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €10 - €16

Preview: 20 Jun €12
Dates: 21 – 25 Jun €16/14
Matinee: 25 Jun 3pm €14

Real Deal: €10 tickets for Wed 22 Jun
Limited availability – book now!

Earlybird: Book by 23 May and save 25%

What happens to romance when there’s a machine who cooks for you, cleans for you, never forgets your birthday or how you like your tea, tells you you’re beautiful, holds you when you’re crying, and still makes you cum?

Follow an unconventional couple as they giggle, cry, kiss, shout, sing, dance, play games, get drunk, tell secrets, and talk shit.

They have the potential to create a beautiful love story – will we let them?

The winners of the Spirit of Fringe/Spirit of Project Award at Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015 return to Project with their sharp and hilarious show about the inevitability of human/robot relationships.

 


 

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“With a sharp script and a real vitality to its humour, this is a deft and delightful production”
The Irish Times

“An on-point meditation on robotic love”
The Irish Times

“… gives a fantastically entertaining insight into what we do, and what we want to ignore, in the name of love”
No More Workhorse

“An absolutely beautiful and touching piece of theatre that will break your heart”
YanaWritesAboutTheatre


 

Running time: 50 min

Age suitability: 13+

Please be advised that this production features strong language, partial nudity and strobe lighting


 

Directed by Claire O’Reilly

Devised by Breffni Holahan, Maeve O’Mahony, Dylan Coburn Gray, Claire O’Reilly

Set, Poster, Costume Design by Molly O’Cathain

Lighting Design by John Gunning

Sound and Projection Design by Daire O’Cairbre

Producer: Carla Rogers

Production Manager: Cillian McNamara

Special thanks to Tiger Dublin Fringe, Project Arts Centre, THEATREclub, TCD Drama Department and the Samuel Beckett Theatre


 

MALAPROP is a Dublin-based collective of emerging theatre-makers. The recipients of the Spirit of Fringe/Spirit of Project Award at Tiger Dublin Fringe 2015, we’re still finding out all we can do (and it’s exciting). We currently enjoy making low-tech theatre about high-tech things, and hope The Future likes us as much as we like It.

LOVE+ was first presented as a work-in-progress at THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON 4 (produced by Project Artists THEATREclub). The show then premiered at Tiger Dublin Fringe where it won the Spirit of Fringe/Spirit of Project Award.


 

Bringing a group?
Discounted rates are available for groups of 8 people or more. To find out how much you could save, contact our box office team on 01 8819613 or
box-office@projectartscentre.ie

 

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