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As part of Dublin Theatre Festival, Talking Shop & Shaun Dunne Presents
Dates: 10 Oct - 14 Oct
Show Time: 7.45 pm
Tickets: €16 - €20
Preview: Oct 10, 7.45pm €13/€14
Matinee: Oct 14, 2.45pm €16/€17
Exploring instances of disclosure and the presence of stigma in the lives of men and women who are HIV+ in Ireland today, Rapids is a new work from Talking Shop Ensemble that looks to playfully and respectfully make the private public.
In making this piece, the company have collaborated with several groups from the HIV+ community.
From young men in rural Ireland to migrant women seeking asylum, this form-flipping piece of documentary theatre will take you through the myriad of perspectives and experiences that compound what it means to live positive in this country.
Contains references to sex and sexual violence that some may find distressing, recommended for ages 17+
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Suitable for ages 17+
Duration: Approx. 70 mins. No interval.
Post-show: Oct 11, post-show. With members of the company.
Created with Aisling Byrne, Robbie Lawlor and Lisa Walsh
Cast includes: Charleigh Bailey, Shaun Dunne and Lisa Walsh
Set, Costume and Light Designer: Ciaran O’Melia
Sound Designer: Sinead Diskin
Film Designer: Kilian Waters
Dramturg: Gary Keegan
Funded through an Arts Council Theatre Project Award.
Produced in association with Project Arts Centre.
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