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  • irishtimes.com - Posted: March 30, 2012 @ 1:11 pm

    Exclusive ticket offer for Pan Pan’s ‘A Doll House’

    Laurence Mackin

    PAN PAN THEATRE, once of the most innovative companies in Ireland, is about to present its new production of A Doll House, the classic Ibsen play that tackles communication, relationships and social conventions in controversial and acerbic fashion. Somehow, Pan Pan are drawing a connection between Ibsen, Karen Carpenter and superhero costumes in this production – rumours of mass skating breakouts are also circulating. (And before the Doll House/Doll’s House title debate starts, both are acceptable and I went with what is on Pan Pan’s website. So there.)


    If I start the mass dancing/skating you all better join in, okay?

    The show is at Smock Alley Theatre (which was originally a theatre in the 17th century and hosted the Irish premiere of Hamlet) from April 4th to April 28th. It is directed by Gavin Quinn, designed by Aedín Cosgrove, with costumes by Bruno Schwengl and a cast including Áine Ní Mhuirí, Charlie Bonner, Daniel Reardon, Dermot Magennis, Judith Roddy and Pauline Hutton.

    Ticket prices are usually €28 to €30, but if you to go to this booking page and enter FriPan in the box marked “promotion code” you can avail of them for the exclusive Pursued by a Bear bargain price of €16. Or you can call the box office on 01-6770014. We can’t say fairer than that, guv. Here’s a sneak peek of what to expect.


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