Incantata

Incantata

Gate Theatre, Wednesday 4th September - Saturday 14th September 2019

Incantata tells the story of a man celebrating and remembering a great love affair. A beautiful one-man show, an elegy to life, love and loss.

Written by one of Ireland's most revered writers, the New York based Pulitzer Prize-winning, Paul Muldoon. Incantata premiered to great acclaim at the 2018 Galway International Arts Festival. Irish actor Stanley Townsend is mesmerising in this highly visual production directed by Sam Yates, designed by Rosanna Vize with video design by Jack Phelan. The play features a haunting and stunning score by the composer Teho Teardo, lighting design is by Paul Keogan with sound design by Sinéad Diskin.

Booking Information
Preview: Wednesday September 4th.
Opening Night: Thursday September 5th.
Matinees: Saturday September 7th – 2.30pm.
Age Guidance: Incantata is recommended for audiences aged 14+.


Date:
Wednesday 4th September - Saturday 14th September 2019
Time:
2.30pm | 7.30pm
Price:
€15 - €35
Address:
Gate Theatre, Cavendish Row, Rotunda, Dublin 1, Ireland

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