Dublin Fringe Festival: Brokentalkers present

Theatre

The Examination

Dates: 06 Sep - 14 Sep

Show Time: 9pm (6.15pm 6 & 12 Sept)

Tickets: €14-16

Preview: 6.15pm, 6 Sept, €11

A documentary performance work exploring mental health and human rights in the prison system in the UK and Ireland. Based on historical research and interviews with current life-sentence serving prisoners and performed by stand-up comedian and former prisoner Willie White.

With their distinctive blend of biography, socio-political discourse and breathtaking theatricality, this new show from leading contemporary theatremakers Brokentalkers gives voice to a section of society often ignored.

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Duration: 75 mins
Image Credit: Luca Truffarelli

The Examination is a collaboration with Professor Catherine Cox, as part of the Wellcome Trust Award for Prisoners, Medical Care and Entitlement to Health in England and Ireland, 1850-2000 and is supported by UCD Research. Originally commissioned by UCD School of History.

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