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Rough Magic Presents
Dates: 30 Nov - 09 Dec
Show Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: €14 -18
Every story ends on a dark and raging river
In the not too distant future a nuclear fallout has decimated modern America. A group of survivors band together in an attempt to hold on to what shred of normality they have left, in the only way they know how … by retelling the “Cape Feare” episode of The Simpsons.
Rough Magic SEEDS present Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play by Anne Washburn, an innovative new production delivered by an exciting new generation of theatre makers. This razor sharp dark-comedy imagines a future where, when all seems lost, America’s favorite family might just hold the key to our survival.
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The showcase also features a rehearsed reading of the new play Shadows to Light by Lee Coffey and directed by Lynne Parker. Find out more and how to book here.
Rough Magic SEEDS is a two-year development programme for Ireland’s most exciting emerging theatre artists and has germinated some of the brightest innovators in Irish theatre.
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Warnings: Gun Shots, Mild Adult Theme
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April 20 2018, at 03:34pm
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