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Work in Progress

Off Plan 1

Dates: 13 Mar - 13 Mar

Show Time: 6.30

Tickets: €12

Off Plan is a red-hot artistic response around community-making in Ireland today. In a series of work-in-progress double bills, we get a first look at sparks of incendiary ideas around the changing city, gender, migration, direct provision and aging.

Encompassing anything and everything from theatre, dance, music, performance and film, artists from around the country will present a performance, moment or in-progress idea that is a rapid response to the world around us.

The Last Adult Children of the Good Old Stock
Complex Roots with Veronica Dyas

D’you know who the Tuggers were, ever rummage through their wears and buy from them? D’you know what a Cheeky Charlie is? No, it’s not that! We used to sell them. D’you even know where Corporation Buildings were? This is Dublin’s North Inner City recounted by the Women who are actually from there. Really now, they’re not pretending. We want you to enjoy yourselves, relax, ye can have a laugh like, it’s funny. There’ll be theatrical magic, a lot of talking and oh yeah, making stew.

With support from The Abbey Theatre 5×5, DCC Arts Department and Irish Theatre Institute.

Remember This Night
Fionnuala Gygax

It is the final night. Tomorrow we will be no more. The lights will go dark and nobody will be there to clap.

So let’s come together.

Let’s talk about things, ask questions, write letters and put them in a bottle. Let’s dance together.

What is our legacy?

What are we leaving behind?

Remember This Night is a live communal time capsule between a performer, a guest, a musician and the audience.

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WHERE WE LIVE is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland and Dublin City Council.

St. Patrick’s Festival’s principal funders are Fáilte Ireland – the National Tourism Development Authority, Dublin City Council, the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht and the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport. For more information see stpatricksfestival.ie

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