RAYMOND & DUTCH and More This Week at The New Theatre

RAYMOND & DUTCH and More This Week at The New Theatre

This week only, Loose Change Productions' debut play 'Raymond & Dutch - The Case of the Last Green Bag' runs at The New Theatre. This Film Noir parody previewed to a great response last night. Coming up next week, Nenagh Arts Centre presents Roseanna Purcell's 'Test Copy'! Running for one week only, this one-person tour-de-force is not to be missed.

Raymond & Dutch in the Case of the Last Green Bag by Oisin McCartan
Dates: August 28th - September 2nd

Tickets: €16 (€12.50 concession)

About the Show:
With the future prospects of their generation uncertain, and a mysterious disappearance of their most valuable possession after a party the previous night, two broke, bored, and otherwise unoccupied actors take up the mantle of previous great men before them and pretend to be tougher than they are.
With nothing but their wits, endless free time, and enough liquor to make Borris Yeltzen think twice, they take on the mantle of film noir and shift through the characters of the city's underbelly (all strangely the same person) on their final case.

Writer: Oisin Mc Cartan
Director: Adam Byrne
Stage Manager: Laura White
Featuring Shane Laird, Oisin McCartan, Kieren Walsh, Joanna Kelly

For details, click here. RAYMOND & DUTCH and More This Week at The New Theatre

Test Copy Written & performed by Roseanna Purcell

Dates: September 4th - 9th, 7.30pm

Tickets: €16 (€12.50 concession)

About the Show:
Test Copy is a new piece of theatre set in the bowels of Tipperary, Ireland. This isn't an examination of the well-known quiet, country life but rather of the untempered frenzy of youth and the struggle of standing out, for reasons good or bad, amongst a melting pot of peers and diverse personalities.
We follow Louise Fennessy, just one of 89 Transition year girls in her year, in St. Catherine's Convent Secondary School which hosts 742 female students in total. Through her we encounter the nature of this powder keg environment in a culture where organized fights provide the on-site entertainment and the roughest of reputations instils respect.

Written and performed by Roseanna Purcell
Directed by Pat Kiernan
Produced by Nenagh Arts Centre
Choreography - Jazmin Chiodi
Lighting Design - Pius McGrath

For more information, click here. RAYMOND & DUTCH and More This Week at The New Theatre

Dublin Fringe Festival 2017

Dates: September 11th - 24th

Dublin Fringe Festival is home to bold ideas, brave performing arts and adventurous audiences. Fringe features the freshest new theatre, music, live art, comedy, dance and spectacle from Irish and international artists.

For more information, click here.

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