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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday August 28 2014
08:00 PM

A Multimedia Period Drama Set In Ireland

category dublin | arts and media | event notice author Monday August 11, 2014 16:08author by Dublin Film Qlub - Born to Burn productions Report this post to the editors

'A Pair of New Eyes: A Play'

After the sellout success and standing ovations for their show 'Women Dont Bite' in May, Born to Burn productions is revisiting their much loved full-length play...
'The ladies' are back!
The show that caused a sensation last year is on stage again in Dublin for one week only. Do not miss this opportunity to see it in a new production in the stunning setting of ‘The Boys School' at Smock Alley Theatre.
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Born to Burn productions presents…

A PAIR OF NEW EYES: A PLAY
by A.L. Mentxaka
~ a multimedia period drama for the crashed generation ~

Sun 24th to Sat 30th August 2014, 8pm
‘Boys School’ @ Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin

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You think you know all about women in Ireland in the nineteenth century?
You think there’s not much to know? Think again!

In a town in the Irish Midlands in the nineteenth century, two ladies became world-wide pioneers of science, technology, and art. Meet the Countess of Rosse, architect, engineer, blacksmith (yes, blacksmith), one of the best photographers in history, and an unmatched force in famine relief. Meet her cousin Mary Ward, astronomer, entomologist, and accomplished artist, whose books of microscopic images brought a shock to the Victorians.

These extraordinary women broke all the rules. All… except one.

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tickets ON SALE NOW!
Smock Alley Box Office
http://smockalley.com/new-pair-eyes/
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