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Dublin Theatre Festival Presents
Dates: 27 Sep - 08 Oct
Show Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: €20 - €30
Previews: Sept 27 & 28, 7.30pm
Matinees: Sept 30 2.30pm & Oct 1, 4.30pm
Oct 7, 2.30pm & Oct 8, 2.30pm
Nora, by Belinda McKeon in collaboration with Annie Ryan, a new play after Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House, makes its world premiere as part of Dublin Theatre Festival.
It’s 2025. A dangerous world for those who can’t afford to protect themselves.
This house keeps safe a marriage, a partnership, a life of success and ease, a priceless collection and a daughter who has lacked for nothing; things seem perfect as a power couple prepares for a glitzy party among the art-world elite.
But when the secret upon which this life is built threatens to push through the polished surface, questions about what is real and what is not can no longer be ignored.
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Duration: 90 mins. No interval
Post Show: Oct 1 post-show. With members of the company.
Director: Eoghan Carrick
Cast : Venetia Bowe, Declan Conlon, Peter Gaynor, Chris McHallem, Clare Perkins and Annie Ryan
Set Designer: Paul O’Mahony
Costume Designer: Katie Crowley
Lighting Designer: Sarah Jane Shiels
Sound Designer: Philip Stewart
Funded: The Corn Exchange is funded through the Arts Council’s Annual Programming Grant funding programme.
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