Project Arts Centre presents

Special Event

WHOSE HOUSE?/ A/S/L

Dates: 23 Jun - 14 Jan

Tickets: €15

WHOSE HOUSE? is a play by Mary Elizabeth Burke-Kennedy which takes you on an extraordinary journey through the history of an extraordinary house. It is a dark and dangerous journey, funny and imaginatively told by the graduating actors of our two year intensive actor training programme. Directed by Liam Halligan

A/S/L by Paul O’Brien. Age?Sex?Location? are the first three questions you are asked when you enter a chat room in cyberspace. Enter this distorted fantasy world and watch the layers peel away. This play is presented by the graduating actors of our two year intensive actor training programme and is for adults only.

 

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Directed by Tara Derrington

Gaiety School of Acting,

Whose House? by Mary Elizabeth Burke-Kennedy,

Directed by Liam Halligan

A/S/L by Paul O’Brien,

Directed by Tara Derrington

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