Pop Tart Lipstick

Glass Mask Theatre, Monday 11th October - Saturday 30th October

Glass Mask Theatre is proud to present “Pop Tart Lipstick” a new play written by Rex Ryan, directed by Stephen Jones.

Harris has been released from Mount Joy Prison.
John has recently secured his first real job as a bus driver and is pursuing a new way of life.
Harris has an escape plan, some lipstick, a stash of stolen drugs, and a ticket to Walt Disney World he can't use…
The two men reunite one fateful night where they must make the biggest decision of their lives…and eat some Pop Tarts.

This production stars Rex Ryan and Kyle Hixon.

Monday 11th October - Saturday 30th October
€18 - €20
Glass Mask Theatre, Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

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