10th July 2013 – 13th July 2013

7pm / 8pm / 9pm
Price : €14 - €28.00

ADDRESS

Draiocht, The Blanchardstown Centre, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

CONTACT

+35318852622

WEB

www.draiocht.ie

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The Family / Heroin
Main Auditorium

Be one of the first people to see the first two parts of THEATREclub's epic trilogy about Ireland - The Family and Heroin are Parts 1 and 2 of the story of our countries social history. This is an evening of fun and tears that promises to make you think about who we are and where do we go from here …

Come and watch The Family fight, love and try to make dinner. They will cry and stare as funds get thinner. But the family love each other, ‘cos after all, you can choose your friends! At a time when the very fabric of the nation is being called into question, THEATREclub are making a play that explodes the idea of the contemporary Irish family and helps us to understand where to go from here.

Heroin, written and Directed by Grace Dyas, is the story never told – about the new republic - about the people that society has left behind – the story of what was built and then demolished. Winner of 2010’s Spirit of the Fringe Award at Absolut Fringe, THEATREclub’s visionary production is a hard-hitting investigation charting 40 years of heroin use and abuse in Ireland.

Contains adult content and strong language - over 16’s.

For details about booking tickets check out www.draiocht.ie

The Family / Heroin

10th July 2013 – 13th July 2013

7pm / 8pm / 9pm
Price : €14 - €28.00

ADDRESS

Draiocht, The Blanchardstown Centre, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15

CONTACT

+35318852622

WEB

www.draiocht.ie

Share

Main Auditorium

Be one of the first people to see the first two parts of THEATREclub's epic trilogy about Ireland - The Family and Heroin are Parts 1 and 2 of the story of our countries social history. This is an evening of fun and tears that promises to make you think about who we are and where do we go from here …

Come and watch The Family fight, love and try to make dinner. They will cry and stare as funds get thinner. But the family love each other, ‘cos after all, you can choose your friends! At a time when the very fabric of the nation is being called into question, THEATREclub are making a play that explodes the idea of the contemporary Irish family and helps us to understand where to go from here.

Heroin, written and Directed by Grace Dyas, is the story never told – about the new republic - about the people that society has left behind – the story of what was built and then demolished. Winner of 2010’s Spirit of the Fringe Award at Absolut Fringe, THEATREclub’s visionary production is a hard-hitting investigation charting 40 years of heroin use and abuse in Ireland.

Contains adult content and strong language - over 16’s.

For details about booking tickets check out www.draiocht.ie

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