Talks and Readings / 20-20 July 2015


Tickets: 10 (includes a drink)
Show Time: 7.00pm (Doors 6.30pm)

Can’t get away this summer?
Visit Europe without even leaving Dublin!
This summer, Project Arts Centre and Mirari Productions bring you a snapshot of 6 unmissable European destinations with our Playcation summer reading series.
Join some of Ireland’s top actors for rehearsed readings of exciting contemporary plays from across Europe. Under the direction of Pilot Maisie Lee, these plays will give you the flavour of Europe from the comfort of your seat.

COSMIC FEAR or The Day Brad Pitt Got Paranoia (Kosmisk Frygt)

by Christian Lollike
English Translation by Jens Svane Boutrup
Based on research and text-fragments by Jens Christian Lauenstein Led
Monday 20 July
A play about climate change. What can Brad Pitt do to alleviate the world’s problems?
Cast: Mark Huberman, Alan Mahon and Marie Ruane
Duration: 55 min approx

Travel by aircouch on our Project Bar sofas on routes to Norway, Austria, Iceland, Germany, Denmark and Finland.
Inflight entertainment includes a complimentary beverage for an unbeatable low fare of just €10.
Summer-saver packages: savour all 6 destinations with our package deal of just €50.
To avail of our summer-saver package, please book by phone or in person.
Flight information:
Gate opens 6.30pm
Take-off 7.00pm
Booking advised – limited unallocated seating.

Playcation at a glance:
22 June – Winterreise by Fredrik Brattberg – English Translation by Sarah Cameron Sunde
29 June – Deep by Jón Atli Jónasson – English Translation by Brian FitzGibbon
6 July – Absolute Happiness by Silke Hassler – English Translation by Jennifer M. Hoyer
13 July – Abyss by Maria Milisavljevic
20 July – COSMIC FEAR or The Day Brad Pitt Got Paranoia by Christian Lollike – English Translation by Jens Svane
27 July – CHAOS by Mika Myllyaho – English Translation by Nely Keinanen


This play reading series is presented in association with International Performing Rights Ltd.
This reading of COSMIC FEAR is kindly supported by the Danish Embassy, Dublin.

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