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THEATRE

Pan Pan Theatre presents The Importance of Nothing

A comedy about a drama therapy class in an imaginary prison.

Picture an imaginary prison where the drama therapy is twenty four hours a day. Drama therapist, Lady Lancing has dedicated her life to conducting anti-homophobic workshops utilizing the life and works of Oscar Wilde. The prisoner’s patience and imaginations are teased to refashion or to completely overhaul Wilde’s material and the threads that are interwoven through his works and the social conventions of the past century.

“Adding Wilde to the list of canonical authors that Pan Pan have absorbed and radically repurposed, director Gavin Quinn and the ensemble employ a rigorous and wide-ranging understanding of their subject in order to fracture him in so many disarming ways.”

THE IRISH TIMES

TICKETS: €20 / €16 concession

CAST
Andrew Bennett  | Mark O’Halloran | Sonya Kelly | Anna Sheils McNamee | Dylan Tighe

DIRECTOR
Gavin Quinn

SET DESIGN
Aedín Cosgrove

LIGHTING DESIGN
Zia Holly

MUSIC
Si Schroeder

COSTUMES
Catherine Fay