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“THEATREclub are the gallant young practitioners to whom we are indebted for as long as The Theatre Machine keeps rolling: Thank you THEATREclub.” Irish Theatre Magazine

THEATREclub presents

Music

THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON 4 - The Jam Sessions

Dates: 21 Jan - 24 Jan

Show Time: 6.30pm

Tickets: €14 - €12

In 1968, rock music was changed and influenced by artists coming together to produce a bargain-priced sampler album: one album, one track each. This was The Rock Machine Turns You On.

In 2014, 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 4 – The Jam Sessions offers you a unique chance to see the big shows of 2015 before anyone else.

Each night, your €14 ticket will give you access to four 30 min performances.
No night is the same. No show is the same.
This year’s work is about connecting, hardcore porn, robots, glass, falling apart and much more.

For the full line-up of each night’s performances, follow these links:
Wednesday 21 January
Thursday 22 January
Friday 23 January
Saturday 24 January

This year’s THEATRE MACHINE also has music gigs from some of the best bands and musicians on the scene right now. The artists will all be experimenting and trying something new but they may also treat you to a few hits! To read about the music programme and book tickets, click here.

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Suitable ages 14+

Contains content which some audiences may find disturbing

Curated and Facilitated by THEATREclub
Producer: Shane Byrne
Lighting Designer: Eoin Winning

Image: Louis Haugh

THE THEATRE MACHINE TURNS YOU ON 4 – The Jam Sessions is kindly supported by The Porterhouse.

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