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A Thing I Cannot Name By The Irish National Opera

Updated: Feb 16

A thing I cannot name by the national opera

Irish National Opera announces the Premiere of Amanda Feery Opera, filming this week in the Complex's Main Space.

'A Thing I Cannot Name' will be screened as part of the West Cork Literary Festival on 27th July 7pm. Tickets €5 available here. This event will include an introduction to the work by Amanda Feery and Megan Nolan in conversation with Julie Kelleher followed by a screening of the opera. The event will take place on Zoom.

A thing I cannot name cast in the complex

A Thing I Cannot Name looks at female desire from the point of view of three women at different life stages. Set in a rented flat on a busy Dublin street in different years, the libretto by writer and journalist Megan Nolan explores sexual desire, desire for another woman’s life, and the desire for motherhood. The three women are played by Kelli-Ann Masterson, Rachel Goode and Aebh Kelly.

The opera is sung in English with English subtitles, it is suitable for ages 14+ and the duration is 20 minutes.

Check out the interview with Amanda Feery below


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