THIS IS NOT A LIFE

Dates: 18 Nov - 18 Nov

Tickets: €22

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Times are strange, aren’t they? What with the rise in national prosperity, the erosion of traditional values, the outbreak of global terrorism and so on, we need a new set of mental tools. This Is Not A Life is a new work for theatre that thinks outside the box about how we live now, what we consider important and, not least, what constitutes a good night out at the theatre.

Somewhere between dream, farce and public meeting, This Is Not A Life is a fairytale about terror, a nightmare about happiness, a dark comedy about idealism. From the creative team that brought you last year’s critically acclaimed Pale Angel, it’s not quite like other shows.

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‘Bedrock continue to be a theatrical force unwilling to compromise with anything less than excellence’

Sunday Tribune

Director JIMMY FAY

Lighting SINÉAD WALLACE

Design PAUL O’MAHONY

Sound Design VINCENT DOHERTY & IVAN BIRTHISTLE Cast

KEVIN HELY, CAITRÍONA NÍ MHURCHU, MEGAN RIORDAN, JOE ROCH

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