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Project Arts Centre presents
Talks and Readings
Dates: 04 Dec - 04 Dec
Show Time: 8:00pm
Tickets: €15 - €12 - €10
By Sugarglass Theatre
Tender Napalm is a heart-stopping exploration of love in the face of disaster.
In a time-less and space-less place a Man and a Woman find them stranded amid the dreamlike wreckage of their love. Traversing the depths of their desires the lovers’ ravenous romance and uncensored intimacy hurtles them towards the dark fantasies of two young people in love.
Through a swirling world of fragile memory, high fantasy, brutal wrath, and barbed humour they retrace their relationship and time spent together in a desperate bid to relive the ecstasy of their first kiss.
From one of Britain’s most exciting contemporary playwrights, Philip Ridley (Mercury Fur, Vincent River and The Pitchfork Disney) this violently beautiful play is presented by Spirit of the Fringe 2012 nominees Sugarglass Theatre and performed by two of Ireland’s rising stars – Aaron Heffernan (Picture of Dorian Grey; Abbey Theatre) and Erica Murray (Best Actress Nominee; ABSOLUT Fringe 2012).
Suitable ages 16+ contains strong language and sexual content
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Written by Philip Ridley
Directed by Marc Atkinson
Lighting by Marc Atkinson
Set by Colm McNally
Sound Design by Cameron McCauley
Costumes by Issy D’arcy Clarke & Liadain Kaminska Ní Bhraonáin
Production Manager Jack Berrill
Stage Manager Christina Matthews
Producer Matt Symth
Cast: Aaron Heffernan & Erica Murray
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