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ORLA BARRY

SPIN, SPIN, SCHEHERAZADE

All performances are currently sold out. Please contact our Box Office to be placed on the waiting list.

Email boxoffice@dublintheatrefestival.ie or Phone +353 1 677 8439

5 – 7 Oct

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios

€15

65 mins, no interval

Country: Ireland

Ages: For ages 12+

SPIN SPIN SCHEHERAZADE is a live artwork by Orla Barry, performed by Einat Tuchman, her longstanding collaborator. It blends autofiction and oral history to create a humorous and passionate monologue.

The performance is rooted in an artistic form of ‘barefoot anthropology’, recounting Barry’s tenuous interactions with the land, farming, man, and animal. It reflects on the culture of disconnection from the natural world and the boundaries of art and the rural every day. Barry draws on her background running a successful pedigree Lleyn sheep flock alongside her art practice. She produces crossover artworks that blend text, narrative performance and visual art, inhabiting the space between theatre and gallery.

Show Warning:
Contains strong language

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