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“A company helping to change the nature of Irish theatre, or at least valiantly trying to rewire it.” Peter Crawley, Irish Times

THEATREclub presents

Theatre

THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON VOL. 5

Dates: 12 Dec - 15 Dec

Show Time: Various

Tickets: €12-14 (DOUBLE BILL: 1 NIGHT, 2 SIDES, €22)

THEATREclub is about to turn 10 years old.
To help celebrate, we’re back rattling cages in Project Arts Centre.

It’s time to get THE THEATRE MACHINE back in the building.

THEATREclub have gathered 16 artists to come together. One slot each. A bargain priced ticket. And a festival of scratch showings of new work, pieces which are still raw and not yet fully formed.

THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON VOL. 5  offers you a unique chance to see the big shows of 2019 before anyone else.

WEDNESDAY 12 DECEMBER

A-SIDE: James Moran / Matthew Malone

B-SIDE: Lucid Lucid / SQUAD

THURSDAY 13 DECEMBER

A-SIDE: Justine Doswell / Shane Daniel Byrne

B-SIDE: Hannah O’Reilly / Matthew Bratko

FRIDAY 14 DECEMBER

A-SIDE: Sophie Meehan / Ben Sullivan and Síofra O’Meara

B-SIDE: Luke Casserly / Jane Deasy

SATURDAY 15 DECEMBER

A-SIDE: Seón Simpson and Gina Donnelly / FemmeBizarre

B-SIDE: Doug Douglas / MALAPROP

 

SEE MORE FOR LESS WITH OUR DOUBLE BILL DEAL: 1 NIGHT, 2 SIDES, €22

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