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'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.

10 - 13 April 2019

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‘F.A.T. D.A.D.’, an acronym for the six counties under British rule, portrays the life of teacher, Fiachra Martin. His classroom acts as a symbol of a divided Ireland and the impact this perpetual tension has on lives of his students. 

13 - 15 February 2018

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Mae lives with her son, Steo, but he is hell bent on revenge on a drug dealer who he believes is responsible for the death of his father. This musical play sets out to explore the world of Mae as she tries to restrain Steo from destroying his own life.

November 2017

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In collaboration with the Abbey Theatre and Dublin City Council, 'Browbeating' worked with local womens’ groups who wanted to explore their experience of intimidation in Dublin’s North Inner City.  

23 May 2017

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Francie Brady was a young boy in the early nineteen sixties Ireland, when he committed the brutal murder that is at the heart of the novel 'The Butcher Boy'. Now, many years later, Francie is one of the last residents of the Dundrum Mental Hospital ... 

13 - 22 October 2016

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'Reassembled, Slightly Askew’ is an autobiographical live art piece by Shannon Yee, and is a co-production with The Complex. In 2008, Yee became critically ill with a rare brain infection which led to several life-changing surgeries. As part of her recovery ...

 

13 - 24 September 2016 

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The Complex is an empowering enterprise where artists are changing the fate of building development. Many local businesses have donated services and gifts to 'The Complex' but the cost of equipment for the basic infrastructure to get it up and running cannot be avoided.  Just one night will get it started.

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A deeply dark comedy about the fragility of love and loyalty in a world where success is measured by how far you push others down, ‘On The Batter’ is the new full-length play from The Complex writer-in-residence Anthony Goulding.

December 2011

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"Iron is an important and thought-provoking piece of theatre, which questions how we treat female prisoners without canonizing or patronizing them."  - Irish Theatre Magazine 

18 - 28 May 2011

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Explores the complexities of change, the challenges to a community and the prospect of a new way of being. With over twenty characters, this epic piece of site-specific drama offers the audience a unique, immediate, human experience.

11 - 21 March 2009