Project Arts Centre presents

Theatre

POLITIK

Dates: 07 Oct - 07 Oct

Show Time: 1:00pm & 3:00pm

Theatre
Cube

By Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival

Admission Free

POLITIK (IN DEVELOPMENT)

A chance to see major Irish theatrical works in development before they reach full production on the stage – possibly in future Festival programmes.

Based on their disappointment with the current state of affairs, The Company’s latest work questions how much our participation determines the system in which we live. Accepting the fact that over one million people didn’t vote in the last election, The Company now wants to talk about that which they used to ignore: Maybe it’s time to re-imagine our politiks.

This event is free but ticketed. Tickets must be booked in advance by email to box-office@projectartscentre.ie or by phone on 01 8819 613.

Booking open from 16 August 2011

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