Dunamaise to host Kate’s play

A scene from Kate Heffernan's show

A scene from Kate Heffernan's show

Portlaoise author Kate Heffernan will be bringing her show ‘In Dog Year’s I’m Dead’ to the Dunamaise for one night only on Tuesday March 11.

Aged almost 30, faking it as adults, Emily and David still wake in the mornings wondering what they want to be when they grow up. She wonders how the same face could have spots and wrinkles on it. He realises it is too late for him to ever have a successful sporting career. This is not exactly where either of them thought they would be. Age is relative but, in dog years, Emily and David are very much dead.

Blended with acoustic versions of 1980s pop hits, a comic coming-to-terms tale for the newly grown-up – featuring Wham Bars and Wham!

Don’t miss this chance to welcome MIRARI Productions, Dunamaise’s Theatre Artists in Residence for 2014, as they present this wonderful, critically acclaimed comedy which played to a sold out run at Dublin Fringe Festival 2013 and which has recently been shortlisted for the prestigous Stewart Parker Trust Awards 2013.

For more information or to book tickets for the show, people can contact the Dunamaise box office at 057 86 63355 or visit www.dunamaise.ie.




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