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As part of Dublin Fringe Festival, Louise Bruton presents
Dates: 08 Sep - 11 Sep
Show Time: 1.15pm
Tickets: €13 - €15
Preview: 8 Sep 8.45pm €11
A colourful exploration of sex and disability.
Written by wheelchair user, disability activist and journalist Louise Bruton, this show is a response to those who think that disabled people aren’t getting any. She turns the table on non-disabled people as she tries to figure out why they think disabled people are sexless beings. Dating is a battlefield for us all but Why Won’t You Have Sex With Me? explores the challenges and attitudes that disabled people encounter along the way.
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Running time: 45 minutes
Dublin Fringe Festival is home to bold ideas, brave performing arts and adventurous audiences. Fringe is a curated, multi-disciplinary festival and year-round organisation focusing on fresh and innovative approaches to the arts from Irish and international makers. The festival is where artists challenge, subvert and invigorate their disciplines and practice. Fringe features the freshest new theatre, music, live art, comedy, dance and spectacle from Irish and international artists. The 23rd edition will take place from 9 – 24 September 2017.
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