Dates: 01 Jan - 27 Sep

Tickets: €22

Performed by 13 Flemish teenagers ranging in age from 14 to 18, the smash-hit of the 2008 Edinburgh Fringe blazes an international trail to the Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival. Once and for all… is a writhing force of pure animal magnetism, a sweaty adrenaline rush that captures the restless energy of being a teenager and all the illogical, reckless abandon of being poised permanently and precipitously on the brink of adulthood.

This riotous, chaotic and indefinable show will make you feel old. But it will also make you feel young again. It will make you sit up and remember that moment when you ceased being a child. And, most remarkably of all, it might even make you miss being a teenager.

Winner of countless awards including a Fringe First, Herald Angel and Total Theatre Award, these hormone fuelled Belgians have taken festivals by storm across the world garnering a raft of 5 star reviews wherever they have played.

Performed in English, this performance is not suitable for children.

A post-show discussion to accompany this talk will take place on 26 September at 4pm.

Tickets on sale from 19 August.

Priority booking available from 30 July for Friends of the Festival – prioroty tickets are only available from the Festival Box Office.

Performance Dates, Tickets and Information

26  – 27 SEPT ~ Tickets


SATURDAY 26 SEPT, 7.30PM, €33/ €30 (CONC)

SUNDAY 27 SEPT, 1.00PM, (MATINEE) €33/ €30 (CONC)


Performed in English, this performance is not suitable for children.

Duration 55 minutes with no interval.

*Concession tickets are available, with valid identification, to Students, Senior Citizens, Equity Members and the Unwaged.


BOOKING: (+353 1) 881 9613


Group discounts available in advance only, ask to speak to Melanie or email melanie@projectartscentre.ie (Mon-Fri during office hours) Seating

Our seating is unreserved so you will choose your seat on the night of the performance. We advise you to arrive at least 10 minutes before the start time as we are unable to seat patrons once a performance has begun.

Before the show, why not…?

…have a look around our gallery. During exhibitions our gallery is open Mon-Sat from 11AM until the performance begins…. …or catch up with your friends by having a drink in our bar. We offer a full bar service so if you just can’t wait to talk about the show join us afterwards for another. Parking Offer

Present your Project Art Centre ticket (evening performances only) at the Fleet Street Car Park and you will qualify for a special fixed price of just €5. Ask at box office for more information. Once And For All We’re Going To Tell You Who We Are So Shut Up And Listen By Ontroerend Goed, Kopergietery and Richard Jordan Productions Ltd

Directed by Alexander Devriendt

Presented as part of Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival 2009

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