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Louise White Presents
Dates: 03 Nov - 11 Nov
Show Time: 7.45pm
Tickets: €16 - €18
Previews: 03 Nov & 04 Nov €14
Leave behind the emails, the bills, the deadlines. The quest for recognition, fame and glory.
We are here. Together. Now.
Watch us facilitate your funeral in real time, in this live event featuring an actor, a dancer and a mezzo soprano. Find out who you really are.
No really. . .
Right in front of you.
Like never before.
I mean we’re all dying anyway.
Click for instant happiness.
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Duration: 75 minutes
Director and Creator: Louise White
Set Designer: Lian Bell
Lighting Designer: Sarah Jane Shiels
Costume Designer: Sarah Bacon
Dramaturg: Gary Keegan
Sound Designer: Jack Cawley
Cast: Philip Connaughton, Lucy Miller, Michelle O’Rouke
Production Manager: Rob Furey
Producer: Joanna Crawley
PR Manager: Christine Monk
Funded through an Arts Council Theatre Project Award.
Also funded by: Pavilion Artist Patron Donation Fund.
Developed as part of MAKE Artist Residency Programme.
Louise White is a Project Artist; an initiative of Project Arts Centre.
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