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Kate Gilmore bounds through the theatre with all the swagger of the funniest girl from school’ Irish Times 

It's like watching a Star being born... funny, touching, tender’ The Arts Review 

Gilmore displays real star quality as Debbie, a girl who looks carefree but is anything but’ - The Sunday Times

Winner of a Zebbie Award for Best Radio Play (RTE Radio One)

Breda Cashe Productions

Theatre

The Wickedness of Oz

Dates: 25 Feb - 02 Mar

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €20-22

Preview: 7.45pm 25 February, €18
Matinee: 3pm 2 March, €18

A story of unfilled potential, The Wickedness of Oz follows a day in the life of a travel agent with a penchant for 1960s musicals.

Debbie McInerney’s day spirals into a mire of self-doubt when she wakes up to a newsfeed clogged with expats having the time of their lives.

Convincing herself that there’s no place like home, Debbie is forced to face the reality when her boyfriend tells her he has some news.

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Written and Performed by: Kate Gilmore
Directed by: Clare Maguire
Produced by: Breda Cashe
Sound Design: Denis Clohessy
Choreography: Kitty Randle
Graphic Design: Ste Murray

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