Una Mullally

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The 24 Hour Plays

Fancy a different kind of theatre experience this January? Unexpected, random, full of actors, writers and directors? The 24 Hour Plays has returned to Dublin, this time at the Abbey Theatre for one night, where a team will create six …

Thu, Jan 3, 2013, 18:10

   

Fancy a different kind of theatre experience this January? Unexpected, random, full of actors, writers and directors? The 24 Hour Plays has returned to Dublin, this time at the Abbey Theatre for one night, where a team will create six new plays in the space of 24 hours. As well as being a grueling exercise for those involved, it’s an exciting one for the audience to watch unfolds.

It’s happening on January 13th and deets are here. Tickets are €35 (€30 for concessions) and the money goes towards Dublin Youth Theatre.

People involved include Fiona Looney, the awesome Amy Conroy, Paul Mercier, theatre queen Garry Hynes, Jason Byrne, the actor formerly know as Alice – Sarah Greene, THEATREclub’s Shane Byrne, the real star of Love/Hate Peter Coonan, Keith Duffy, Lisa Hannigan, and loads more. Do it.

 

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