Landmark Productions and Octopus Theatricals, Ireland and USA
Theatre for One
28 September - 10 October 2020
Dates: 28 September – 10 October
Times: 11am – 2pm, 3pm – 6pm and 7pm – 10pm
There will be various slots to choose from within these specified times
Maximum capacity of one individual per performance
Tickets: Free, but ticketed
Running Time: Approx. five mins
Please note: If you do not have a ticket, you will not gain access. Please do not come to the performance if you do not have an assigned ticket.
Given the audience capacity, we anticipate significant demand for this production. If you cannot make it to your allotted performance time, please contact box office by phone or email to relinquish your ticket so it can be transferred to another audience member.
One ticket allows you to see one play. To see multiple plays, you need to book multiple tickets.
Six leading Irish playwrights present original, five minute plays, performed by one actor for one audience member.
Theatre for One is a mobile state-of-the-art performance space for one actor and one audience member at a time.
Conceived and created by the Olivier award-winning designer Christine Jones and designed by LOT-EK architects, it is part peep-show booth, part confessional, and completely visceral.
Produced by Landmark Productions and Octopus Theatricals, it features short plays by six of Ireland’s leading writers – Marina Carr, Stacey Gregg, Emmet Kirwan, Louise Lowe, Mark O’Rowe and Enda Walsh – in ‘theatre distilled to its purest, most intense version, then injected directly into the vein’ (The Irish Times).
Presented by the Abbey Theatre and Dublin Theatre Festival, supported by Accenture and Dublin City Council.
Audience members will be required to follow all HSE safety guidelines. Mandatory guidelines will be included within your ticket.
'Performances of riveting openness … the six pieces become an urgent antidote to watching the world through the mediation of a small screen. Cumulatively, they create an exhilarating sense of aliveness'
'Bracing, thought-provoking and intimate-as-a-whisper'
The Irish Times
- Directed by: Eoghan Carrick and Srđa Vasiljević
- Created by: Christine Jones
- Set Design: Christine Jones
- Lighting Design: Josh Higgason
- Costume Design: Ciara Coleman-Geaney
- Music and Sound Design: Josh Higgason
- Writer: Marina Carr
- Writer: Stacey Gregg
- Writer: Emmet Kirwan
- Writer: Louise Lowe
- Writer: Mark O’Rowe
- Writer: Enda Walsh
The Great Hunger
1 - 10 October 2020