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Online, Friday 24th July - Monday 3rd August

Tiny Plays 24/7 – Fishamble proudly present 10 performances of Tiny Plays on 24/7.

Fishamble: The New Play Company presents, Tiny Plays 24/7. As Ireland begins to ease out of its lockdown, and as Irish theatre begins to look towards a new future, Fishamble is proud to announce that it will be presenting a selection of submitted plays, on the 24th of July. Presented online, it will be a combination of pieces performed on the O'Reilly Theatre stage and filmed, as well as multimedia pieces created digitally. The selected plays and playwrights included are:

  • Martyrs
    by Caitríona Daly.
  • War Paint
    by Conor Hanratty.
  • Kiss of Death
    by Lora Hartin.
  • Bear Hunt
    by Grace Lobo.
  • For How Janelle Monáe Once Made Me Feel
    by Julia Marks.
  • Ragnarok
    by Ryan Murphy.
  • The Wonder of You
    by Eric O'Brien.
  • Change
    by Patrick O'Laoghaire.
  • Just Because They're Birds
    by Maria Popovic.
  • Wild Horses
    by Ciara Elizabeth Smyth.

The pieces will premiere online July 24th at 7pm, and we encourage audiences to join us for the premiere by registering for a free ticket. The performances will then be available to watch until the 3rd of August on Fishamble's YouTube channel. Age recommendation: 14+

Tiny Plays 24/7 tickets are free, but donations would be greatly appreciated.

Friday 24th July - Monday 3rd August
Free / Donation


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