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Dublin Fringe Festival presents
Dates: 08 Sep - 16 Sep
Show Time: 1.15pm
Tickets: €12 - €8
Preview: 1.15pm, 8 Sept (€8)
Matinee: 11am, 15-16 Sept
King Levi says that stories make your brain go fuzzy and your hands turn green. All stories are banned in the Kingdom of Levitas. It’s Susie and Shredder’s job to enforce the King’s law, shredding stories from dusk ‘til dawn.* But today, Susie will read a story for the very first time. Perhaps stories aren’t so scary after all. An upbeat adventure from the creators of Half Light.
*No actual stories were harmed in the making of this play.
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For children aged 7+ and story lovers of all ages
Duration: 50 mins
Presented by Dublin Fringe Festival and Collapsing Horse as part of Young Radicals.
Developed with support from Pavilion Theatre Patron Donation Award. Developed at MAKE, an artist development programme and residency initiative of Cork Midsummer Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival, Project Arts Centre and Theatre Forum.
Mollie Mollumby is supported by the The Artist’s Office at FRINGE LAB initiative (2018 – 2019).
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