Project Arts Centre presents



Dates: 05 Dec - 05 Dec

Tickets: €20

Composed by Jurgen Simpson

Directed by Dan Jemmett

Conducted by Philip Walsh

Cast features Marie Angel, Omar Ebrahim, Jonathan Gunthorpe, Emma Selway, Aileen Sim, Martin Robinson and Nicole Tibbels.

One of the three winners of the prestigious Genesis Prizes, this astonishing first piece by composer Jurgen Simpson (who is best known as a member of the The Jimmy Cake band and a figure in Dublin’s underground music scene) and writer Simon Doyle, is a co-production with Almeida Opera and Aldeburgh Festival.

Thwaite is directed by Dan Jemmett (winner of the French Critics Award for Best Director 2002), designed by Complicité regular, Dick Bird and features lighting design by Zerlina Hughes. The Almeida Ensemble is conducted by Philip Walsh who directs a stellar cast featuring Marie Angel, Omar Ebrahim, Jonathan Gunthorpe, Emma Selway, Aileen Sim, Martin Robinson and Nicole Tibbels.

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