BA in Contemporary & Applied Theatre Studies, Mary Immaculate College presents
Written by Sarah Kane | Directed by Ann Blake
Belltable | Wed 25th – Fri 27th April | 8pm | €14/€12 | 16+
Recommended Age 16+
Written in 1998-99, 4.48 Psychosis is the last of five plays written by British playwright, Sarah Kane. It premiered in June 2000, one year after Kane’s death. The text has no set characters, stage directions or indication of the number, or gender, of the performers. A brave and challenging examination of how depression and psychosis affects the mind, the play still resonates as Ireland faces increased awareness of mental health issues.
Performed by an ensemble cast of first year students of the BA in Contemporary and Applied Theatre Studies programme at Mary Immaculate College, this production is a confrontational, relentless and raw piece of theatre that promises to challenge, enlighten and engage.
Director: Ann Blake
Stage Manager: Mags O’Donoghue
Set Designer: Norma Lowney
Lighting Designer: Dr. Michael Finneran
Producer: Carole Quigley
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- No exchanges or refunds.
- Wheelchair spaces can only be booked over the phone. Please call our box office on (061) 953400 if you wish to book a wheelchair space.
- No late comers admitted to the theatre once show commences.
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|Wed 25 Apr|
|Thu 26 Apr|
|Fri 27 Apr|