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The Gate Theatre

Circle Mirror Transformation

by Annie Baker

5 Jun

Gate Theatre

โ‚ฌ45

TBC

Country: Ireland

Join us for our next Friends event at The Gate Theatre for Circle Mirror Transformation.

Five people gather to take part in a drama class in a small-town community centre. Over the course of six weeks, Marty, James, Schultz, Theresa and Lauren participate in a series of games that entangle and unite them in hilarious and sometimes heartbreaking ways. Circle Mirror Transformation is a meditation on theatre and life and death and the passing of time.

Tender, disarming and unexpected, Annie Bakerโ€™s immaculate play has been called โ€˜absorbing, unblinking and sharply funnyโ€™ by The New York Times.Gate Theatre Artistic Director Rรณisรญn McBrinn returns to direct following her critically acclaimed Irish Premiere production of Fun Home.

Accessibility Info

The Gate aims to be as accessible as possible. Please be aware that due to the historic nature of the theatre, lift access is located at the rear of the building. On the day of a performance, the lift may be accessed from the Rotunda Hospital car park and from Parnell Square East via a pedestrian gate 45 minutes before the performance begins. If availing of the lift, we ask that you arrive no later than 15 minutes prior to the start time. Our front of house team will be delighted to collect your tickets from our box office for you.To ensure that The Gate team can optimally facilitate your visit, please inform us at the time of booking or by e mailing boxoffice@dublintheatrefestival.ie

Accessible Perfomances:
The Gate aims to be as accessible as possible- please see more in the text to the left.

Show Warning:
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