Scene + Heard Festival

Smock Alley Theatre, Wednesday 9th February - Saturday 26th February

Smock Allies : Scene + Heard is a festival of new work across live performance genres:
MUSIC – DANCE – THEATRE – COMEDY + SPOKEN WORD

It provides a chance for artists to test an excerpt of previously unseen work or new ideas / formats in front of a live audience in order to get feedback before mounting and staging full length productions.


Date:
Wednesday 9th February - Saturday 26th February
Time:
Varies
Price:
Varies
Address:
Smock Alley Theatre, 1662, Exchange Street Lower, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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