One of the best pieces from last year’s Fringe Festival has returned for one week only, and can be seen twice a day in the Lir. The play is a bunch of short interwoven tales of life in the countryside, told from a variety of perspectives and involving an assortment of animal life. The main reason it has returned to Lir academy is that it is the only place big enough for it and yes, the cast does involve a horse among a number of wild beasts.
The audience are guided through a number of scenes in this large open rehearsal space to get an insight into life in the country. Our review from last year’s fringe is here, but if you can’t be bothered clicking, let’s just say we liked it a lot!
Due to the rambling nature of the play, only a small audience is allowed, so book early. You can purchase tickets from here.
Tuesday 9 July 6.00pm and 8.00pm
Wednesday 10 July 6.00pm and 8.00pm
Thursday 11 July 6.00pm and 8.00pm
Friday 12 July 6.00pm and 8.00pm
Saturday 13 July 6.00pm and 8.00pm
Nominated for Best Production, Irish Times Theatre Awards 2013
Winner of Best Off-Site Production, Dublin Fringe Festival 2012
Winner of Lir ReVival Award, Dublin Fringe Festival 2012