The Breadline Collective in association with Theatre Upstairs

Theatre

SAY NOTHIN' TO NO ONE

Dates: 26 Nov - 01 Dec

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €16-18

Preview: 7.45pm 26 November, €14
Matinee: 3pm 1 December, €14

Let us take you by the hand and we’ll tell you our story. We’re looking for ears here. Not a judge or a jury. It’s all gonna come out by the end of the night. But just keep it to yourself, yeah? Say nothin’ to no one…

Kian Harris is a career shoplifter. Charleigh Brennan is a career session moth. These two young professionals are bound together by a love of fashion and a yearning for escape. Now London is calling and they’re desperate to answer. The truth always gets out in the end… but will they?

Nominated for a Stewart Parker Award, SAY NOTHIN’ TO NO ONE is the rip-roaringly comedic debut play from TKB. The Breadline Collective have been electrifying Irish theatre, capturing and heightening the everyday theatricalities that we take for granted on the big aul’ stage that is Dublin City and it all started here…

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Suitable for ages 15+

Duration: Approx. 60 mins

Written by: TKB
Directed by: Amilia Stewart
Cast: Thomas Kane Byrne and Ericka Roe
Set Design: Laura Honan
Lighting Design: Eoin Byrne

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