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Project Arts Centre presents
Dates: 04 Jun - 12 Sep
A free workshop using the arts as an express lane to cultural understanding offered by Dr. Kerric Harvey, in association with Barabbas – no previous artistic, writing, theatrical skills or experience necessary.
When you sign up for the workshop, you’ll get a free ticket to the Friday, June 3 performance of Barabbas’ new one man show at Project, Dublin – …tanks a lot!, written and performed by Raymond Keane. Workshop participants attend the show that evening. The following day, Saturday, June 4, we meet from 11.30am to 2.30pm to apply workshop ideas and techniques to the themes prevalent in the media at that time. We may use ideas raised in the Barabbas production as a springboard for discussion.
Dr. Kerric Harvey, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tríona Ní Dhuibhir, General Manager, Barabbas, 7 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2
T + 353 (0) 1 671 2013, F + 353 (0) 1 670 4076, E email@example.com,
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