Kind Words Spoken

Winner of the Outburst Queer Fringe Award, 2018

StefanFae and LadyK present

Performance

Overfired

Dates: 02 Dec - 07 Dec

Show Time: 9.15pm

Tickets: €14-16 (previews €12)

Like those guys with guitars they’ve been watching in bars, StefanFae and LadyK have been stomping their feet to a different beat. They’ve been poked and stoked, so gird your loins for a roclicking dash and grab of steamy musical delights and polemics so hot you’ll think Twink’s answering machine message sounds like Anne Doyle on the six one in 1993. Sinéad? Pulp? Eiffel 65? They’ve got them all. So batten down the hashtags there chicken, the revolution won’t happen on your newsfeed. The revolution will be… OVERFIRED!

 

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Created and performed by Stephen Quinn and Kiara Gannon
Directed by Tom Creed
Produced by Carla Rogers
Sound by Eoin Murphy

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