DUBLIN WILL SHOW YOU HOW

10 - 13 APRIL 2019

"FIFTEEN OFF 'TRICITY. FIFTEEN OFF THE GAS. TEN EURO OFF THE UNIFORM ... TWENTY FOR THE WEED. EIGHTEEN EURO FOR THE BLUES. NO, FUCK THAT - 'TRICITY CAN WAIT, SO CAN THE GAS AND I'LL JUST HAVE TO EXPLAIN IN THE SCHOOL."

'Dublin Will Show You How ' is a provocative play that offers a gut-wrenching glimpse into the intimidation and isolation of women living in the culture of coercion and crime.

 

It speaks of oppression and ultimately women’s ostracisation, where you cannot leave your home for fear of hearing or seeing something you shouldn’t, or being implicated in somebody else’s business. It is based in the north inner city of Dublin but it is about women everywhere and their survival.

'Dublin Will Show You How ' is based on a concept by Vanessa Fielding, Artistic Director of The Complex, and inspired by workshops with women from the north inner city of Dublin as part of the Browbeating Project, a collaboration between the Abbey Theatre and The Complex.

 

Supported by Dublin City Council, the Arts Council of Ireland, North West Inner City Partnership, the SAOL Project, the Snug Counselling Service, High Hopes Choir and the National Women’s Council of Ireland.

 

#DublinWillShowYouHow

 

CAST

Denise McCormack

Liz Fitzgibbon

Karen Ardiff

Thommas Kane Byrne

Luke Griffin

Ciara Ivie

Leah Moore

David O'Meara

CREATIVE TEAM

Writer: Tracy Martin

Director: Vanessa Fielding

Producers: Phil Kingston, Jen Coppinger, Vanessa Fielding

Audiovisual & Lighting Design: Conleth White

Set and Costume Design: Sarah Jane Foley

Sound Design: Vincent Doherty

Image credit: Geta Brătescu, Către alb (Autoportret in șapte secvențe) / Towards White (Self-portrait in seven sequences), 1975, photomontage of seven b/w photographs, 31 x 82 cm; photography: Mihai Brătescu; courtesy of the artist; collection of Instituto Inhotim, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, MoMA New York, The National Museum of Contemporary Art Bucharest, Kontakt Collection Vienna.

Production images by Ros Kavanagh

PRESS

The Irish Times

Irish Examiner

RTE Culture