Dublin Fringe Festival: 15th Oak Productions present

Theatre

Some Names Were Changed

Dates: 17 Sep - 21 Sep

Show Time: 9pm

Tickets: €14-16

Preview: 17 Sept, 9pm, €11
Matinee:  21 Sept, 3.30pm

BLANK meets BLANK. BLANK falls for BLANK. BLANK tells BLANK. BLANK blanks BLANK.

Mostly directed by Ronan Phelan and sort of adapted by Ross Dungan, this is a new show about attempting to piece together a real-life event when none of the persons involved can agree what actually happened. Based on disputed testimony, this highly interactive documentary theatre show amusingly chronicles a truly impossible process whilst also trying our level best to actually tell this f**king story.

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Duration: 75 mins
Image Credit: Patricio Cassinoni

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