THE FALLEN ANGELS CABARET

Dates: 20 Dec - 20 Dec

Tickets: €20

Following their successful premier runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and Belfast Festival at Queens, the gate-crashing Angels are back in Project Arts Centre this Christmas with a seasonal feast of honest roguery!

Join the deliciously flagrant MC and torch-singing Rose Lawless as she hosts a line-up of bizarre characters both new and old: amongst them are Neamhrach the bitter 80s feminist, Fluffy the all-rapping, pregnant school-girl and evil bedtime storyteller Granny Grimm.

This intoxicating blend of comic sketches, live music, earthy sensuality, and triumphant scaling of the barriers between audience and performer, presents cabaret at its finest: in its unique and traditional form.

Director THE FALLEN ANGELS assisted by ALAN KINSELLA

Lighting SARAH-JANE SHIELS Cast includes

ANNA FOX, ANNE LILLIS, ALLISON MCKAY, KATHLEEN O’ROURKE

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