Hugh Farrell

Music

RECOVERY (2016)

Dates: 19 Apr - 23 Apr

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €10 - €14

RECOVERY IS BACK – CLICK HERE TO BOOK 2018 DATES

Preview: 19 Apr €10
Dates: 20 – 23 Apr €14/12
Matinee: 23 Apr 2.30pm €14/12

Earlybird: Book by 4 Apr and save 25%

Peter Coonan (Love/Hate) and Maud Ní Riordáin (Maud in Cahoots) star in this live staging of a concept pop album which explores a family dealing with life after the crisis.

From the collaborators who brought you The Well Rested Terrorist comes this humourously poignant work which blurs the lines between a gig and a piece of theatre.

Why should you come see this?
We’ve been looking forward to this since we saw a work-in-progress at last year’s THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON!

★★★★
“a painstaking work given startling execution”
The Irish Times on The Well Rested Terrorist

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Running time: 60 min (no interval)


 

Cast: Peter Coonan, Maud Ní Riordáin, Aoife Spratt, Stephen Quinn

Choreography: Aoife McAtamney

Sound Design: Jack Cawley

Set Design: Ger Clancy

Lighting Design: IIo Tarrant

Projection Design: Néill O’Dwyer

Voice Director: Robbie Blake

Producer: Hugh Farrell


 

Recovery is supported by Rough Magic Project Support and was developed at MAKE Artist Residency, an initiative of Cork Midsummer Festival, Tiger Dublin Fringe, Project Arts Centre and Theatre Forum.


 

Bringing a group?
Discounted rates are available for groups of 8 people or more.
To find out how much you could save, contact Andrew on 01 8819613 or andrew@projectartscentre.ie

 

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