Venus in Fur (Rough Magic SEEDS Showcase)

Dates: 05 Feb - 08 Feb

Show Time: 7.30pm (Matinee, 2.30pm) 

Tickets: €14-18

Thomas has auditioned every incompetent actress in New York City. Vanda is hours late, drenched from a thunderstorm and definitely wrong for the part. Yet somehow she persuades him to give her a chance that sets off the audition of a lifetime. Blurring the line between real life and 19th-century high drama, Venus in Fur is a psychosexual comedy that flips the classic battle of the sexes on its head.

Starring Peter Coonan & Sarah Morris, the Rough Magic SEEDS present David Ives’ powerhouse drama, delivered by a bold new generation of theatre-makers.

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Warning: This show contains use of strobe lighting

Contains adult themes (Ages 14+)

On Friday 7th Feb we will also present a rehearsed reading of a new play by SEEDS Playwright Ciara Elizabeth Smyth called “Irishtown”



Cast: Peter Coonan & Sarah Morris

Director: Olivia Songer
Set & Costume Design: Naomi Faughnan
Lighting Design: John Gunning
Sound Design: Jenny O’Malley

Stage Manager: Zoe Reynolds
Production Manager: Veronica Foo

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