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URSULA MARTINEZ: FREE ADMISSION

Dates: 09 Jun - 10 Jun

Show Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: €14 - €16

Book early or pay more on the door!
Tickets will cost €2 more if you book within 2 hours to showtime

SPECIAL OFFER – DOUBLE BILL 

Ursula Martinez: Free Admission at 7.30pm

Alba at 9pm. 

See both shows for just €25!  2 amazing international shows, performed in Ireland for the first time, what more could you ask for. Simply add both tickets to your basket and your discount will automatically apply. 

Following on from the success of My Stories, Your Emails, Olivier Award-winning performance provocateur Ursula Martinez is back on her dirty soapbox.

In the current social-media obsessed climate of self-promotion, Martinez brings her unique style of positive self-deprecation, baring her soul (and possibly more), in an attempt to understand the absurdity of modern living.

A show that celebrates the inconsistencies and contradictions that make us human, whilst having a dig at some of the mess that is of our own making.

 

“One of theatre’s most nonconformist talents”
The Guardian

“Catherine Tate meets Marina Abramovic”
Time Out

★★★★
“A charmingly transgressive solo performer… A wryly honest, endearingly vulnerable comedienne”
The Times

★★★★
Evening Standard

 

Suitable for ages 16+
Contains nudity

 

Directed by Mark Whitelaw
Co-commissioned by SouthBank and Fierce

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