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RÓISÍN STACK

No Woman is an Island

10 – 14 Oct

Project Arts Centre (Cube)

€15 – €25

60 mins, no interval

Country: Ireland

Ages: For ages 16+

Three years ago a theatremaker set out to investigate woman’s tireless pursuit of alone time. She presents her findings, veering between texts by great female thinkers, banal thoughts about crockery, and intimate vignettes from a marriage.

No Woman is an Island is a meditation on geographies of the self. It maps the internal and external spaces in which we live our lives while walking a wonky line through cultural theories and histories of female solitude.

A play on the performance lecture, Róisín Stack’s wry fragmented text explores the worth and nature of ‘doing’ and who we are when finally left alone.

World premiere.

This performance features large text projected onto a screen throughout. If for any reason you would be more comfortable with an audio recording of the text, please contact boxoffice@dublintheatrefestival.ie to arrange a headset for the performance you are attending.

A note on the mother and baby performance: Although sound levels will be adjusted, this performance features music and flashing lights (not strobe). We recommend bringing ear defenders for your baby if possible.

Accessible Perfomances:
Irish Sign Language interpreted performance: 14 Oct, 7.45pm

Show Warning:
Contains strobe lighting and reference to death, miscarriage and abortion.

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