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'A glittering gem of a show' The Irish Times on 'Pondling'

Dublin Theatre Festival presents work in progress by Genevieve Hulme-Beaman, in collaboration with Ronan Phelan and Kate Ferris

Work in Progress

Rat King

Dates: 04 Oct - 04 Oct

Show Time: 1pm

Work in Progress

Written and performed by one of the sharpest dynamos of Irish stage, Genevieve Hulme-Beaman, Rat King observes the darkly comic lives of David and Chrissy, a pigeonhearted duo clambering to make sense of the world in which they exist. In 2014, Genevieve’s debut play Pondling was a recipient of a Scotsman Fringe First Award Edinburgh, Stewart Parker Trust Award, New York Times Critic Pick and Best Female Performer at Dublin Fringe Festival.

 

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Supported by a Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown Emerging Artist Bursary.

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