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Dates

Tue 27 Feb - Sat 2 Mar, 8pm

Tickets

Single Play: €28 (+ booking fee)
Any 2 Plays: €52 (+ booking fee)
3 Plays: €72 (+ booking fee)
4 Plays: €88 (+ booking fee)
All 5 Plays: €100 (+ booking fee)

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Fishamble: The New Play Company

5 Plays by Pat Kinevane

FORGOTTEN | SILENT | UNDERNEATH | BEFORE | KING


For the first time ever, Fishamble: The New Play Company brings all five of its productions of plays by Pat Kinevane to one stage over five consecutive nights! See one or more of these very special plays during one week at Pavilion Theatre, prior to King transferring to New York, Los Angeles, and London.

These productions have gained huge international acclaim, winning Olivier, Scotsman Fringe First, Argus Angel, Herald Archangel, Helen Hayes, Stage Raw, and Adelaide Fringe awards. Join the more than 6,000 theatregoers who have experienced Pat Kinevane’s unparallelled stagecraft in Dún Laoghaire over the past 15 years.

FORGOTTEN | SILENT | UNDERNEATH | BEFORE | KING

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Forgotten

Tue 27 Feb, 8pm

“Captivating, moving and – yes – even unforgettable” - The Irish Times

Flora’s bath. Dora’s chowder. Gustus’s house. Eucharia’s announcement. With exhilarating theatricality and haunting honesty, this play brings to life these sometimes forgotten voices of society.

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Silent

Wed 28 Feb, 8pm

“Passionate one-man show” The New York Times
Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate Theatre, Olivier Awards 2016

Homeless McGoldrig once had splendid things. But he has lost it all - including his mind. He now dives into the wonderful wounds of his past through the romantic world of Rudolph Valentino.

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Underneath

Thu 29 Feb, 8pm

“90 of the most perfect minutes” The Scotsman

A blackly comic, rich and vivid tale of a life lived in secret, a testament to the people who live on the fringes, under the nose of everyday life. This beautiful play explores image, prejudice, and what lies Underneath.

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Before

Fri 1 Mar, 8pm

“A real showstopper” The Irish Times

A play with much music set in Clery’s of Dublin on the very day this iconic department store shuts - for good. Pontius is inside, trying to choose a gift for his estranged daughter whom he hasn’t seen for almost 20 years.

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King

Sat 2 Mar, 8pm

“Virtuosic theatricality” Irish Independent

The story of Luther, a reclusive Elvis impersonator from Cork named for his Granny Bee Baw’s hero, Dr Martin Luther King Jr., as he reflects on his past and dares to dream of the future.