Abbey Theatre, Thursday 26th September - Saturday 5th October

A live redubbing of Pier Paolo Pasolini's controversial 1975 film Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom.

Pasolini's Salò Redubbed daringly transposes Pasolini's notorious final film to Ireland. This radical adaptation by Dylan Tighe explores the beliefs and values behind “coercive confinement” and their enduring impact on the power relations and injustices of contemporary Ireland. Pasolini's Salò Redubbed is a fearless allegory of abuses of power, structural violence, masculinity and class supremacy.

Please note: This performance contains graphic scenes of a violent and sexual nature.

Booking Information
On the Peacock Stage.
Times: Mon – Sat 8.00pm | Sat Matinee (Oct 5th) 2.30pm.
Tickets: €22 – €25 | Conc. €16 – €22
Running Time: Approx. 2 hours and 15 minutes (no interval).
Age Guidance: 18+.
Sign language interpreted performance: Thursday October 3rd, 8:00pm.

Funded through an Arts Council Project Award. Development funded by Trinity Creative Challenge 2018. Supported by the Italian Cultural Institute and Mermaid Arts Centre.

Thursday 26th September - Saturday 5th October
2.30pm | 8.00pm
€16 - €25
Abbey Theatre, Abbey Street Lower, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

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