Project Arts Centre presents

Theatre

THE MAEVE BRENNAN PROJECT

Dates: 06 Oct - 06 Oct

Show Time: 1:00pm

Theatre
Space Upstairs

By Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival

THE MAEVE BRENNAN PROJECT (IN DEVELOPMENT)

A chance to see major Irish theatrical works in development before they reach full production on the stage – possibly in future Festival programmes.

Following the worldwide success of her novel Room, the award-winning author Emma Donoghue returns to the stage with a multi-layered exploration of the life and work of the extraordinary Irish-American writer Maeve Brennan.

The Maeve Brennan Project is directed by Annabelle Comyn

This event is free but ticketed. Tickets must be booked in advance by email to box-office@projectartscentre.ie or by phone on 01 8819 613.

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Commissioned with the support of Irish Theatre Trust.

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