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Choose from theatre, music, dance, visual arts and everything in between.

BROADENING

Theatre / 01 May 2013 - 11 May 2013
Based on the Stanford Prison Experiments of the 1970's, Broadening challenges the relationship between those who have authority and those who allow them to have it.
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DIGGING FOR FIRE

Theatre / 18 Apr 2013 - 02 May 2013 0000
Rough Magic presents Digging for Fire by Declan Hughes. Spend an evening with some old friends... Seven college friends on the brink of turning 30 get together for a reunion. But nostalgia is gradually eroded as the drink loosens tongues and the true events of the past emerge with savage and humorous consequences.
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MORNING & AFTERNOON

Theatre / 13 Feb 2013 - 23 Feb 2013 14
Two plays - one story... MORNING & AFTERNOON are two interlocking new plays about the enduring bonds of childhood and the human yearning for love and family.
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FOCAL POINT

Theatre / 05 Feb 2013 - 08 Feb 2013 7-15
The Irish language is on life-support, and so too is its greatest scholar in this bilingual play that forces you to imagine a world without sláinte, or any remotely similar word...
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FOLLOW

Theatre / 23 Jan 2013 - 26 Jan 2013 15
Shane’s parents are deaf. He grew up in a house with doorbell lights and subtitles on the TV. A house where to be heard, you had to be seen. Follow him to a place where languages collide. Where the lights are so bright you can’t see to speak. Where sound is just a feeling and signs are all around. Close your ears, cover your eyes. Come to the Deaf Disco. We’ll see you there.
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ALBERT HERRING

Music / Theatre / 15 Jan 2013 - 19 Jan 2013 25/20
Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring, a wonderfully witty depiction of English rural life, is the RIAM's principal opera production in 2013. Set in the imaginary East Suffolk town of Loxford, the opera charts the coming-of-age of the meek and mild Albert Herring after he is selected as the town's first May King in the absence of any virtuous women.
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