Dublin Fringe Festival: Talking Shop Ensemble & Run of the Mill Theatre present

Theatre

Making a Mark

Dates: 11 Sep - 14 Sep

Show Time: 6.30pm

Tickets: €14-16

Preview: 11 Sept, 6.30pm, €11

Mark has competed in the World Games, played King Lear before packed houses and packed bags for 20 years in Tesco’s… But that’s not even half the story.

Part live interview, part self-led confessional, this is Mark’s life and he’s ready to take a seat at the table. Ambition, disruption, grief and frustration. He hopes this show will be the making of him. Are you ready for what he has to say?

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Duration: 60 mins
Image Credit: Luca Truffarelli

Funded by the Arts Council / An Chomhairle  Ealaíon and Kildare County Council with support from axis Ballymun, Arts and Disability Ireland and Project Arts Centre. Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival. Shaun  Dunne is a resident artist at Project Arts Centre.

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