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" She has bags of talent, and the original songs by MissKate, MathMan and Bobofunk are absolute anthems. Even with the heavy material, you’ll be gunning for a dancefloor of your own after" Irish Times
"Kate Stanley Brennan already has an impressive acting CV, and this is her first play. In it, she raises vital issues, most obviously rape culture, and even in its more traumatised moments, it’s relatable and captivating." Irish Times
"The ridiculously multi-talented Kate Stanley Brennan has manufactured a play-with-music that comes across as part in-your-face portfolio of her talents, and a 21st-century Harlot's Progress." Sunday Independent
" ...she kicks musical ass with her own terrific songs, composed in her pop persona of Miss Kate, with original music by MathMan, and DJ Handsome Paddy on turntables. It's a cracker, directed at fiery speed by Sarah Brennan." Emer O'Kelly
Dates: 16 Jan - 26 Jan
Show Time: 7.30pm
Tickets: €16 - 18
Preview: 7.30pm 16 January, €14
“Forget the world…Forget the people…Just close your eyes…Forget your name.”
Enticed from Manhattan’s streets by a mysterious stranger, Dubliner Mary Jane gets sucked into the underground world of New York’s club scene. She gets into some sticky situations as she looks for love in all the wrong places, running through life along the edge of a knife. But she’s on a mission to prove to the world that she can walk alone.
Expect sex, decks and original songs by MissKate, MathMan and Bobofunk.
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Duration: Approx. 85 mins
Warning: Contains strobe lighting, flashing lighting and loud noise.
Written and performed by: Kate Stanley-Brennan with DJ Handsome Paddy (Paddy O’Halpin) on decks
Directed by: Sarah Brennan
Original music from: MathMan (Adam Fogarty), Bobofunk (Johnny Brennan) and MissKate (Kate Stanley-Brennan)
May 14 2019, at 11:31am
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April 11 2019, at 12:46pm
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