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Theatre: Talk Real Fine, Just Like a Lady at Dublin Fringe Festival

19 - 23 Sep 2017, 6:30 pm - 7:40 pm (Past)

Abbey Theatre on the Peacock Stage


  • ISL Interpreted

Amanda Coogan and Dublin Theatre of the Deaf make a welcome return to Dublin Fringe Festival this year in a new work that will appropriate Teresa Deevy’s play The King of Spain’s Daughter.

Taking Deevy’s deafness as their ignition point, this new work will contextualise Deevy’s script within the cultural perspective of the deaf community in Ireland. Using Irish Sign language, and particularly women’s sign, as a choreographic tool the company will inhabit the Peacock in a visually stunning immersive performance.

Amanda’s work has been described by Artforum as “performance art at its best” and The Irish Times described Coogan’s 2014 collaboration with DTD as “a quiet, beautiful spectacle and an intriguing collaboration.”

Venue: Abbey Theatre on the Peacock Stage

Preview September 19th at 18:30, Tickets €11.
Dates September 20th – 23rd at 18:30, Tickets €16/ €14 concession.
Matinee performance September 23rd at 15:15.
Duration: 70 minutes.

Bookings:
www.fringefest.com
Phone: 01 6706106
Email: hello@fringefest.com

Supported by the Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon and the Abbey Theatre’s Community & Education Department.

Amanda Coogan and Dublin Theatre of the Deaf in You Told Me To Wash And Clean My Ears, Project Arts Centre, September 2014 as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival.

Yes you lied to me all these years, you told me to wash and clean my ears, talk real fine just like a lady, and you'd stop calling me Sister Sadie...

Nina Simone, Mississippi Goddam

Amanda Coogan in You Told Me To Wash And Clean My Ears, Project Arts Centre, September 2014 as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival.


Categories: Audiences


Tags: Abbey Theatre, Amanda Coogan, Dublin Fringe Festival, Dublin Theatre of the Deaf, Irish Sign Language


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