Project Arts Centre presents

Theatre

THE HAMLET OF STEPNEY GREEN

Dates: 17 Jan - 21 Jan

Tickets: €10 - €8

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By Bull Alley Theatre Training Company

THE HAMLET OF STEPNEY GREEN

Bull Alley Theatre Training Company present two works performed by their graduating class.

The Hamlet of Stepney Green is a joyous and humorous evocation of life in the East End through the eyes of a Jewish family. Life, death, destiny and faith are all argued over as the family faces a major crisis.

Bull Alley will also present Reality Shows a newly devised piece of theatre that takes a look at the fast paced world of reality TV shows, the fame, the fakers and the pit falls from 24 – 28 Jan. 

Performance Dates, Tickets and Information

17 – 21 JAN 2012~ Tickets 10/8 (conc)

Duration approx 2 hours 15mins plus interval

*Concession tickets are available, with valid identification, to Students, Senior Citizens, Equity Members and the Unwaged.

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