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Recovery

Dates: 08 Nov - 10 Nov

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €14-16

 

Matinee: 3pm, 10 November,  €12

Peter Coonan (Love/Hate) and Maud Lee (Maud in Cahoots) star in this live staging of a concept pop album combining twelve original pop-styled songs with contemporary choreography to paint a moving portrait of a fractured modern family dealing with life after a crisis.

Winner of the Romily Walton Masters Award for experimental theatre, Recovery invites us, in near-spiritual fashion, to react on our own experience
of family and the many forms that recovery takes.

From the collaborators who brought you The Well Rested Terrorist comes this humorously poignant work which blurs the lines between music and theatre.

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Suitable for ages 12+

Recovery was developed at MAKE Artist Residency, an initiative of Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe, Project Arts Centre and Theatre Forum.

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