Dublin Fringe Festival and Scottee & Friends Ltd. present

Theatre

Things We've Always Wanted to Tell You

Dates: 18 Sep - 21 Sep

Show Time: 6.30pm (9.15pm, 20 Sept)

Tickets: €14-16 (Preview €11)

Preview: 18 September, 6.30pm, €11
Matinee: 21 September, 1.15pm

You’re invited to a dinner party we’d never be invited to. Sit down, shut up and come overhear the conversations of four proud working class Irish folk as they discuss the middle classes, privilege and the bright lights of Lidl. This is a show for any of you who think Ireland doesn’t have a class system and for those of you who are woke enough to know better.

Spoiler: We’ll be reaching beyond the sob story clichés you’ve come to expect of us.

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Commissioned by Dublin Fringe Festival and developed at FRINGE LAB. Supported by British Council (Ireland). Made with support from the Spirit of Fringe/ Spirit of Project Arts Centre Award.

Directed by: Scottee
Made and performed in collaboration with: Felicia Olusanya and Jade O’Connor, with additional work from Thommas Kane Byrne and Brian Teeling.

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