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ANU Productions, Ireland

Vardo | Oonagh Young Gallery | Sept 23 – Oct 12


Vardo, ANU Productions, Louise Lowe, Owen Boss, Oonagh Young Gallery, Sept 25 - Oct 12

Vardo is the final part of ANU Productions’ multi award-winning Monto Cycle (World’s End Lane, Laundry and The Boys of Foley Street), which spans the last one hundred years of history in Dublin.

Operating 24 hours a day and barely hidden beneath the city’s surface, an army of undocumented workers fuel a thriving invisible economy. They are transient, they are temporary, they are traffic. Real names and identities are hidden and what we see is not necessarily what we get.

A boundary-pushing, site-specific work, Vardo will take audiences on a stimulating and intimate journey to explore first-hand the present day underworld of Dublin’s north inner city.

  • Contains strong language and material that some may find disturbing.
  • This event is of a participatory nature and limited to 4 people per performance. This performance is not suitable for patrons who have impaired mobility or special access.
  • Supported by Create – the National Development Agency for Collaborative Arts in social and community contexts.

Information and Tickets:

  • Venue: Oonagh Young Gallery
  • Previews: Tues Sept 23 & Wed Sept 24
  • Dates: Thurs Sept 25 – Sun Oct 12, every half hour from 3pm – 6pm & 7pm – 9.30pm (No performances on Mondays)
  • Tickets: €15 – €20
  • Duration: Approx. 60 mins. No interval.
  • NOW-THEN-NOW: Witnessing Future History: Oct 7 & 8. A conference inspired by the work of ANU Productions, presented in partnership with Create.


Reviews:

“The continuing Monto Cycle is brutal, confrontational and deeply uncomfortable but also brave, serious and superbly done, making for some of the best site-specific theatre anywhere in the world.” The Irish Times


Cast and Creative Team:

  • Directed by Louise Lowe
  • Visual Artist: Owen Boss

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