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Dublin fringe Festival presents
Dates: 08 Sep - 15 Sep
Show Time: 6.30pm
Tickets: €15 - €13
Preview: 6.30pm, 8 – 9 Sept (€11)
Matinee: 3.45pm, 15 Sept
Dick Walsh and James Moran are staging news articles published on 13th March 2012. Or in other words, they’re examining a dying media using a dead artform. News articles are essentially information and typically lose their value after you’ve read them once. But theatre is a place where things must be repeated. This experiment then, is about what bears repeating and its relationship to subjectivity and storytelling.
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Duration: 75 mins
Created with the help of Live Collision, St. John’s Theatre Listowel, Cow House Studios, the Abbey Theatre, Wexford Arts Centre. Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival.
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