WORDS OF ADVICE TO YOUNG PEOPLE

Dates: 12 May - 12 May

Tickets: €15

As part of Rough Magic’s 20th anniversary programme Rough Magic will present two plays developed during the hugely successful SEEDS project.

WORDS OF ADVICE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE By Ioanna Anderson

20th February – 13th March 2003, with previews from 18th February.

“One day we’ll be old. We’ll watch TV all day and we won’t understand the currency. We’ll stop young people on the street and ask them why they’re dressed in their underwear. We’ll forget what we had for lunch.. but we’ll remember this.”

The two plays will be presented in a repertory season, with each play running three evenings each week, and both performed on Saturdays, giving audiences an opportunity to purchase a special ticket to see both plays in one day.

Cast: Andrew Bennett, Darragh Kelly, Frank Lafferty, Gina Moxley, Sinead Murphy and Cathy White.

Directed by Philip Howard.

Set Design by Alan Farquharson.

Lighting Design by John Comiskey.

Costume Design by Eimer Ní Mhaoldomhnaigh

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