Collapsing Horse

Comedy

Collapsing Horse Science Ficton Radio Hour

Dates: 16 Dec - 16 Dec

Show Time: 7pm

Tickets: €13 - €16

The latest instalment of Collapsing Horse’s weird, speculative and kinda funny Science Fiction podcast.

 

Each show is a recording of two stand-alone radio plays by different writers, each given license to speculate wildly about the other possible realities. Performed live by the Collapsing Horse ensemble with live music and foley sounds, then broadcast to the world, this is War of the Worlds meets Monty Python.

 

A ticket to the show will ensure you festive entrance to the Collapsing Horse Christmas Box Social afterwards in the Project Arts Centre Bar with special festive guests and special festive drinks.

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