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“…a play that is riveting, satisfying, emotional and powerful … Kate Stanley Brennan’s performance is nothing short of perfection.” Red Curtain Review "a very impressive tale and performance that will last with you long after you’ve left the theatre" No More Workhorse

Carmel Winters presents



Dates: 02 Mar - 07 Mar

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €16 - €12 (All tickets 2 March just €10 )

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Dinner at Cleaver East in The Clarence Hotel, a ticket to see Witness and a glass of wine in Project’s Bar for just €35 per person. Valid from Monday 2 to Friday 6 March. Limited availability.
Booking available online or call Box Office on 01 8819 613.
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A spell-binding portrait of a mother and son whose powerful story will pin you to your seats from start to breathless finish.

Shannon’s son Stephen has committed a heinous act that shocked the nation. She has agreed to give a public account of what really happened to set the record straight and deal with the distortion of certain facts in the public domain.

As the play progresses, we get to know Shannon, perhaps better than she knows herself, as we look into the heart of this woman’s struggle with motherhood. Meanwhile, her son relives his own history and a past that his mother denies.

Based in part on the award-winning feature film Snap, Witness is a theatrical tour-de-force from Carmel Winters (Irish Times Best New Play winner for B for Baby) with leading actress Kate Stanley Brennan.

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Duration: 60 min

Suitable ages 14+

Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature

Writer/Director: Carmel Winters
Cast: Kate Stanley Brennan
Set and Costume Design: Toma McCullim
Lighting Design: Rob Moloney

Image: Emma Jervis

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