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"Timmy Creed’s explosive one-man show SPLICED - the tension is palpable, as if a match is about to start… this intense production fearlessly tackles Irish masculine stereotypes. Creed is one to watch." Sunday Times 

“Brave - highly physical - hard-hitting - reveals a complex relationship with the GAA” Irish Examiner 

“Totally Extraordinary” Tim Crouch 

Chalk it Down Productions

Theatre

Spliced

Dates: 22 Oct - 26 Oct

Show Time: 8pm

Tickets: €16-18  

Location: GAA clubs across Dublin city 

Timmy is contemplating his 21 years playing GAA. He loves it. He hates it. Honest, brave and hard-hitting, SPLICED is a visceral account of his struggle to become an individual outside of the sporting institution that raised him. He is celebrating and questioning it. He wants to talk about identity, masculinity and mental health in a sports club. From one of Ireland’s exciting upcoming writers comes SPLICED, a hard-hitting, site-specific show with thrilling music and video. 

 

Tue 22 October, 8pm – St Marks GAA Club, Springfield, Tallaght
Wed 23 October, 8pm – CLG Na Fianna, Glasnevin
Thurs 24 October, 8pm – Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club, Stillorgan
Fri 25 October, 8pm – Cuala GAA Club, Dalkey
Sat 26 October, 8pm – St Judes GAA Club, Templeogue Please note that the performance at St Judes GAA Club has been cancelled

 

 

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Written and performed by Timmy Creed
Directed by Gina Moxley
Music and Sound Design Chris Somers
Visual Designer David Mathúna
Lighting Designer Eoin Winning

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