Breakfast on Pluto CANCELLED
****Unfortunately due to the announcement by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar this show has been cancelled. Because of the risks associated with the COVID-19 we are closing both our venues, Belltable and Lime Tree Theatre, until March 29th as advised by the Taoiseach. Lime Tree Theatre box office will be in contact with all bookers in relation to a refund in the coming days. Please be patient with our staff, we are managing this process as quickly and efficiently as possible.****
Breakfast on Pluto
Presented by Belltable and Hunt Museum in conjunction with
BEST COSTUME GOES TO… a Hunt Museum and Irish Archive Project Exhibition, showcasing costumes from Irish films and major television productions.
The exhibition runs in the Hunt Museum 8th February to 14th April.
Neil Jordan | 128 mins | Ireland-UK | 2006 | Dolby Digital
Belltable | Sat, 28th |March | 8pm | €8
A young transwoman, Patrick “Kitten” Braden, comes of age in the 1970’s. She leaves her Irish town, in part to look for her mother and in part because her transgender nature is beyond the town’s understanding. She’s taken in by a rock band, falls for the lead singer, has brushes with the IRA, is arrested by the London police, works in a peep show, and poses as a survey researcher for the phone company.
Throughout, her nationality and her nature put her at great risk. In her search for her mother, she makes surprising discoveries of friendship and family. But, will she survive?
View Trailer Here:
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|Sat 28 Mar|