Project Arts Centre presents



Dates: 06 Oct - 06 Oct

Show Time: 1:00pm

Space Upstairs

By Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival


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 or by phone on 01 8819 613.

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Commissioned with the support of Irish Theatre Trust.

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