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Dublin - Event Notice
Sunday May 18 2014
05:30 PM

New Short Plays: 'Women Dont Bite'

category dublin | arts and media | event notice author Friday May 02, 2014 20:20author by Born to Burn productions Report this post to the editors

New Short Plays - After the enthusiastic response to the play A Pair of New Eyes last year,
Born to Burn productions are back with another groundbreaking project.

PRESS RELEASE

After the enthusiastic response to the play A Pair of New Eyes last year,
Born to Burn productions are back with another groundbreaking project.

WOMEN DON’T BITE presents, in one show, six short plays by new Irish writers.
Rousing, chilling, hilarious, thought-provoking, delightful, or plain mental,
these short plays have been lovingly put together,
like layers in a slice of cake inspired by contemporary life.
Come join the feast!

For more information and to buy tickets, visit
www.borntoburnproductions.com

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=WOMEN DON’T BITE=
World Premiere: sunday 18th May 2014
First Run: 18th to 23th May 2014
One daily evening show at 7.30pm
Doors open at 7.00pm

B52 Theatre
@ “Bar 52”, Middle Abbey street (across the road from Arnotts), Dublin 1
“The other Abbey Theatre”.

Tickets €10
now for sale on the B2B website
www.borntoburnproductions.com

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plays by women, about women, for everyone who likes good theatre

Related Link: http://www.borntoburnproductions.com
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