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Dublin Theatre Festival presents work in progress by Doireann Coady, in collaboration with Jane Deasy
Work in Progress
Dates: 04 Oct - 04 Oct
Show Time: 2:15pm & 4pm
Work in Progress
Can we listen to each other? Can you hold our hands together? A thin girl and a less thin girl are sad and would like to disappear.
They are lonely. They want to start a band. Both have good quality thick hair. Both have a strong look. Will you listen? Can you hear them? They are vanishing. They are gone. A new collaboration between Doireann Coady and Jane Deasy.
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Supported by The Arts Council and the Pan Pan International Mentorship programme.
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