Breach & Quinn as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe present



Dates: 14 Sep - 19 Sep

Show Time: 9.15pm

Tickets: €11 - €15

Dates: 15 – 19 September

Preview: 14 September

A shamefully neglected piece of Irish cinema, The Score was panned on its initial release and Breach & Quinn, devastated by the response, never made another film.

The movie sees Quinn, a desperate man in a situation he can’t control. There’s a woman, a fat man with alarmingly high-waisted trousers and it certainly appears that there will be violence.

Over time, The Score became a cult hit. As a result of this resurgent interest, Breach & Quinn agreed to come out of retirement and perform the film live onstage – complete with its “sprawling, hallucinatory and probably unplayable soundtrack.”

Unplayable? We’ll see about that. Sit back. Open your eyes. Dream.


Running time: 70 min


Post-Show Discussion: Wednesday 16 September


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