Coming soon at The Ark - The Haircut! by Wayne Jordan & Tom Lane

We are thrilled to have the world premiere of The Ark's new show 'The Haircut!' by Wayne Jordan & Tom Lane as part of this year's Dublin Theatre Festival.Join us for this refreshing retelling of the story of Labhraidh Loingseach in words and music featuring the ineffably charming Thommas Kane Byrne along with musicians Berginald Rash, Clarinet, Lioba Petrie (cello) and Nicola Ciccarelli (percussion).10 Oct - 2 Nov. For Ages 8+. Tickets on sale now at ark.ie/events/view/the-haircutSupported by Arts Council Ireland and RTÉ Supporting the Arts.

Posted by The Ark, Dublin on Thursday, August 15, 2019

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The Ark, Thursday 10th October - Saturday 2nd November

The Haircut! – The Ark presents the world premiere of a brand new show by Wayne Jordan & Tom Lane for Ages 8+.

Labhraidh Loingseach has a secret. He wears his hair long and he has it cut only once a year. Once a year on the same night in the same place and in the same style. But never by the same barber. The Haircut is a cautionary tale with a live musical soundtrack. It's a fairytale remixed and retold. It's a play about secrets and about creativity stifled. About fighting for what you believe in and standing up to power. About music and magic and hair.

Set in a magical modern day Ireland, The Haircut is a new commission written by Wayne Jordan, delivered with ineffable charm by bright new talent Thommas Kane Byrne and accompanied by Tom Lane's vibrant score played by three outstanding musicians.

Presented in partnership with Dublin Theatre Festival as part of the Theatre for Children season in DTF 2019.


Date:
Thursday 10th October - Saturday 2nd November
Time:
Varies
Price:
€12.50
Address:
The Ark, Dublin, Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of The Ark, Dublin, Eustace Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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