Project Arts Centre presents

Performance

The End Of The Road

Dates: 19 Jul - 22 Jul

Off Site Event starting at Project Arts Centre

By Fishamble

THE END OF THE ROAD

A new and very special, off-site production:  The End of the Road is an 80 minute show which starts at Project Arts Centre and takes you around Fishamble Street and its environs to tell the life story of Bill, who is currently a patient at St Francis Hospice, Raheny.

A real Dublin life story is brought to you through the glimpses, tangents, and dramatic turning points of a life fully lived over the past seven decades in the city.

Performance Dates, Tickets and Information

19 – 22 Jul 2011~

5.45PM, 6.05PM, 6.25, 6.45PM, 7.05PM, 7.25PM, 7.45PM, & 8.05PM

Duration – 80 mins

PLEASE NOTE: TICKETS ARE NOT AVAILABLE AT PROJECT ARTS CENTRE BOX OFFICE.

*Tickets must be booked in advanced from Temple Bar Cultural Trust on 01 677 2255 or info@templebar.ie.

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