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There’s a huge amount on in the Festival and I’m getting to enjoy some shows. That’s what I’d like to share with you.
I have two tickets to the following shows. I’d like you to have one of them.
It means you’d come to the theatre with me, and, if you like, share your thoughts on the show afterwards.
It’s open to everyone and there’s no obligation on you to do anything other than (hopefully) enjoy the show - though obviously sharing reviews is always going to be a help!
The shows (click their names for more information):
T.E.O.R.E.M.A.T - Saturday 2 - 2:30pm - O’ Reilly Theatre, Belvedere College
Boston Marriage - Sunday 3 - 3:00pm - The Gate Theatre
The Silver Tassie - Tuesday 5 - 7:30pm - Gaiety Theatre
John Gabriel Borkman - Wednesday 6 - 7:30pm - The Abbey Theatre
Una Santa Obscura - Friday 8 - 10:00pm - Smock Alley Theatre
Factory 2 - Sunday 10 - 1:00pm - O’ Reilly Theatre, Belvedere College
Enron - Tuesday 12 - 7:30pm - Gaiety Theatre
The Author - Thursday 14 - 9:30pm - Project Arts Centre
L’Effet de Serge - Friday 15 - 7:30pm - Samuel Beckett Theatre
Afterwards, if there’s time, we can go to Murphy’s Ice Cream on Wicklow St too :)
Just comment below with the show you’d like to come to and we’ll take it from there. First one is today at 2:30pm - who’s free?
(Big shout out to http://52burritodates.com which served as inspiration.)
I am UNASHAMEDLY in theatre mode folks, so all the content on the blog is going to be majorly “This is on, win stuff (maybe)” over the next couple of weeks - especially given the first performances of Absolut Fringe start today!
Here’s a video interview I did with Loughin Deegan, the Artistic Director and Chief Executive of the Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival just after the launch in July. (Yes, it’s taken me this long to get it live - video is hard work!)
Over to Loughlin - you can listen in instead of watching the video…
Last night at an online meet and greet they announced a big photography competition with Pix.ie - http://pix.ie/group/dubtheatrefest - where photographers get the chance to capture drama on the streets of Dublin.