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Rough Magic Presents
Talks and Readings
Dates: 08 Dec - 09 Dec
Show Time: 3pm & 5pm
Tickets: €0.00 (Admission Free)
Friday 8 December at 3pm and Saturday 9 December at 5pm
A rehearsed reading of a new play by Lee Coffey, directed by Lynne Parker presented as part of the Rough Magic SEEDS Showcase 2017.
Two hitmen, Max and Axel, are hiding out in an abandoned house after a job goes wrong. Surrounded and with no way out they start to talk. As tensions run high both men begin to wonder, are they here by chance or did something bring them here?
Shadows to Light blurs the line between this world and the next. Someone is going to have to answer for their sins, but who?
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The showcase also features a a new production of Mr Burns: A Post-Electric Play. Find out more and how to book here.
Rough Magic SEEDS is a two-year development programme for Irelands most exciting emerging theatre artists and has geminated some of the brightest innovators in Irish theatre.
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Written by: Lee Coffey
Directed by: Lynne Parker
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