Dublin Fringe Festival presents

Theatre

Trial of the Centurys by The Mess Around & Popical Island

Dates: 17 Sep - 22 Sep

Show Time: 9pm

Tickets: €15 - €13

Preview: 6.30pm, 17 Sept (€11)
Matinee: 2pm, 22 Sept

Fun-loving popstar twins Trevor and Elliot Century (AKA ‘Trelliot’) are more accustomed to talent show judges than those of the legal variety. Alas, after being served a summons by a dodgy merch salesman, the pair encounter a miserable magistrate who has no time for their larks – or their tunes. In this courtroom musical that’s more “two giddy boys” than Twelve Angry Men, Giles Brody (RTÉ’s Irish Pictorial Weekly) and Bobby Aherne (art-pop act No Monster Club) take you, the jury, on a bizarre, toe-tapping adventure about fame, family, friendship and aliens.

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Duration: 75 mins

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