Theatre Upstairs, Bitter Like A Lemon and Project Arts Centre present

Theatre

Murder of Crows

Dates: 05 Feb - 10 Feb

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €16 - €18

Preview: 5 Feb €14
Matinee: 10 Feb 2.30pm €14

Secrets that hide in darkness, once gazed upon, can never be lost.

Painful, playful and poignant, MURDER OF CROWS explores extreme heartbreak and hope with vivid poetic intensity. A compelling new drama which skilfully weaves numerous narratives into a single exploration of the connections formed between three young delinquents in a weekend that will change their lives forever.

The creative team that brought you the sell-out success LEPER + CHIP proudly returns to Project Arts Centre with this new play by Lee Coffey.

Post Show Discussions:

Wednesday 7 Feb: Meeting the Crows – A post show discussion with the Murder Of Crows cast; Katie Honan, Aisling O’Mara and Amilia Stewart.

Matinee, Saturday 10 Feb: Theatre Upstairs Artistic Director, Karl Shiels will guide a post show discussion between leading Irish writers, Deirdre Kinahan (Halcyon Days, Spinning, The Unmanageable Sisters) and Mark O’Rowe (Howie The Rookie, Intermission, The Approach) along with rising voices Kate Gilmore (Stella Full Of Storms, The Wickedness Of Oz) and Lee Coffey (Leper + Chip, Murder Of Crows).

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POST SHOW DISCUSSION: WRITERS RIGHT NOW: Following the matinee performance on Saturday 10 February at 2.30pm, Theatre Upstairs Artistic Director, Karl Shiels will guide a post show discussion between leading Irish writers, Deirdre Kinahan (Halcyon Days, Spinning, The Unmanageable Sisters) and Mark O’Rowe (Howie The Rookie, Intermission, The Approach) along with rising voices Kate Gilmore (Stella Full Of Storms, The Wickedness Of Oz) and Lee Coffey (Leper + Chip, Murder Of Crows).

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