The Dig

Draíocht, Friday 18th October - Saturday 19th October

The Dig by Paul Curley – All his life Mac has wanted to be an Archaeologist, to be an expert in finding things and working out what they mean. If only he could stick to the facts and not get carried away with his highfalutin stories. But in a world where facts and figures mean so much more than fairy tale and fantasy, Mac has to dig deeper to prove what he finds is what he thinks it is. Will people believe him, or is this just another of his tall tales?

Performer and writer Paul Curley, designer Ger Clancy and director Robert Alan Evans, bring this brand new adventure to life. The Dig spins a classic yarn into a brand new light that will delight and charm audiences young and old.

Booking Information
Fri: Oct 18th – 10.15am & 12.15pm.
Sat: Oct 19th – 2.00pm & 4.00pm.
Draíocht Studio: €7 adults / €5 children.
Duration: 45 mins.
Tel: 01-885 2622

Supported by The Arts Council Theatre Touring Award and Irish Theatre Institute.


Date:
Friday 18th October - Saturday 19th October
Time:
Varies
Price:
€5 | €7
Address:
Draíocht, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, Ireland

Google Map of Draíocht, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, Ireland

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