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Abbey Theatre, Monday 2nd September - Saturday 14th September

This Beautiful Village – On a quiet street in leafy, suburban Dublin, local residents meet about a piece of graffiti. Who did it? What does it mean? And what’s to be done about it? They have wine and a quorum. Nothing can go wrong.

“Paul, darlin', this isn't a democracy. It's a residents association.”

A new play by Associate Playwright, Lisa Tierney-Keogh, This Beautiful Village is a razor-sharp new play that exposes every side of what it means to co-exist in Ireland today. Set over one night, six people will confront their pride, prejudice and privilege. It won't be pretty. But it could be beautiful.

Booking Information
Free First Preview: 2 September
Times: Mon-Sat 7.30pm | Sat Matinees 2.00pm.
Touch Tour of Stage and Set: Saturday, September 7th – 12:45pm.
Audio-described performance: Saturday, September 7th – 2:00pm.
Sign language interpreted performance: Thursday, September 12th – 7:30pm.
Captioned performance: Saturday, September 14th – 2:00pm.


Date:
Monday 2nd September - Saturday 14th September
Time:
2.00pm | 7.30pm
Price:
€13 - €45
Address:
Abbey Theatre, Abbey Street Lower, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

Google Map of Abbey Theatre, Abbey Street Lower, North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

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