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NEWS The Examination has won two awards at Dublin Fringe

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We are delighted with the news that The Examination has been awarded best production at Dublin fringe. And we are even more delighted that Willie White was given the best performer award.

Big thank you to all at Dublin Fringe and Project arts centre.

Special thanks Catherine Cox, Sinead McCann, all at PACE.
Ann Costello and staff at mount joy prison and the Welcome trust.
To all who shared their story the biggest thanks.

 

 

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TOURING NEWS WOMAN UNDONE

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Woman Undone is a re-imagining of the extraordinary early life of one of Ireland’s best loved singers Mary Coughlan, created by award-winning Irish theatre company Brokentalkers and Mary Coughlan in collaboration with renowned Icelandic composer & music producer Valgeir Sigurdsson and movement director Eddie Kaye. This autumn Woman Undone is touring with performances at The Everyman Cork 22-24 October, the Pavilion Theatre Dún Laoghaire 29 October, and the Black Box Theatre Galway 1 and 2 November

 

You can get ticket information for each venue below

22nd – 24th of October at The Everyman Theatre Cork

One night only 29th October Pavilion Theatre Dun laoghaire

1st & 2nd November Black Box Galway

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What does he need?

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What Does He Need is an immersive workshop exploring the needs of a male throughout his life from birth to old age. Through discussion, writing exercises and performances, participants will engage in this ongoing research project exploring gender inequality and masculinity.

What Does He Need is a research project by Brokentalkers, Fiona Whelan and Rialto Youth Project that builds on a long-term project Natural History of Hope.

Theatre company Brokentalkers are currently artists in residence in the Grangegorman area of North Dublin City. The residency is co-funded by Create / CAPP and Grangegorman Development Agency. As part of the residency, Brokentalkers have been working with artist and collaborator Fiona Whelan and a number of community groups in the neighborhood of Grangegorman through creative engagement with the theme of gender inequality.