Exclusive previews and one-off experiences from just €5 a month
As part of Project 50, Project Arts Centre and Pan Pan present
Dates: 12 Nov - 26 Nov
A season of contemporary theatre featuring a new work by Pan Pan, their 4th Theatre Symposium Day and the greatest hits of American/Belgian group Random Scream.
Developing new performance ideas is at the centre of the Pan Pan’s raison d’être, which is born from a desire to be individual and provide innovation in the development of theatre art. Read more about Pan Pan on their website.
12 – 19 Nov 2016
€18 – €22
A theatrical project exploring the work and legacy of Oscar Wilde
25 Nov 2016
Free but ticketed
A fascinating and unique insight into the way theatre is made, for audiences and theatre makers alike
Davis Freeman co-created Random Scream in 1999 to expose the eclectic elements of everyday culture with proposed lines of flight for dance, theatre, and visual arts. Read more on Random Scream’s website.
All events €10 except Karaoke(ART) which is FREE!
23 – 24 Nov 2016 €10
A playful examination of the serious issues of consumerism, culture, politics and the environment
25 – 26 Nov 2016 €10
An attempt to prepare people for those unfortunate circumstances where you might have to defend and protect yourself, or the ones you love
25 – 26 Nov 2016 €10
We know we’re up against an impending ecological disaster but why are we not doing more about it?
26 Nov 2016 free admission
A unique event created from the collision of contemporary art and the karaoke phenomenon
Random Scream special offers
See any 2 Random Scream shows for €15 instead of €20
Discount is automatically added to your online cart
One Time Season is presented as part of Project 50, a season of work celebrating 50 years of Project Arts Centre.
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