The F Word @The Lexicon Library (Dun Laoghaire)

Robert Harrington and Charleigh Bailey in Forgiveness (2016)

The F Word

Online dating can be a bit dodgy at the best of times. During Covid it’s downright nuts. That won’t stop Dunlavin’s prize Paddy Moriarty from finding love though. Gloves – tick. mask – tick. Hand sanitiser – tick. But will Marie tick all his boxes? Will she measure up to his rather large expectations?

The company that brought you Angels in the Park present:

Forgiveness by Owen Fitzpatrick
Food of Love by Lorna Kelly-Dalton

Shiva Productions have revived two of their most popular 10-minute plays to bring a smile back to your face. You’re welcome! Previously featured as part of Angels in the Park II.

Where: The Lexicon Library, Dun Laoghaire.
When: Saturday November 7th (2020)
Times: 2pm, 3pm and 4pm.
Duration: Just under 30 minutes.

Due to current health regulations, a limited capacity of 9 audience members per performance will be applied. Social distancing will be adhered to at all times. Audiences are encouraged to wear face masks during the performance. Anyone displaying Covid-19 symptoms should stay at home. Contact tracing will apply.

No seating provided. Audience members can sit on the grass, bring a small stool or cushion to sit on, or stand at the back.

Tickets: €10 + booking fee. Booking link will be posted once tickets are ready to be released.

Wheelchair accessible.

About Shiva Productions

Shiva Productions is a Dublin-based touring theatre company, formed in 2011, committed to exploring off-site, new writing, and devised work. We believe an audience is seeking an extraordinary experience when they come to a live theatre performance, and we strive to meet that expectation. While our work is uniquely Irish, we aim to capture the universality of human experience, so that our work can resonate on an international stage. We are particularly interested in exploring performance in ordinary everyday spaces. Through this work we aim to challenge the perception of theatre in terms of where it takes place, and its relevance in people’s lives.

We also aim to encourage new Irish writing, reinvigorate the classics for today’s audience, premiere exciting international work in Ireland, and work with actors and artists of all nationalities. To date we have staged work in conventional theatre spaces, and non-theatrical public spaces.

Production Summary (See Production Page for more details).

The F Word (2020) St. Anne’s Park, Raheny.
Meet Me in the Gardens (2018) National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, and Boyle Arts Festival.
Angels in the Park II (2016) National Tour.
Angels in the Park (2015) National Tour, London, Paris.
Angels in the Park (2014) Axis Ballymun, Ranelagh Arts Festival.
Angels in the Park (2013) Ranelagh Arts Festival.
Breaktime Site-Specific Project (2013) Cinnamon Café, Ranelagh.
Blood Knot, by Athol Fugard, Project Arts Centre, June 2011.

Kolade Agboke and Keith Ward perform in Blood Knot at the Project Arts Centre (2011).

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