DANC­ING A TRAIL OF TRAUMA AND LOSS

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Sol­dier Still by Junk En­sem­ble at The Every­man, Cork (Tues-Wed, Nov 13/14) is a trail of trauma cre­ated from in­ter­views with sol­diers. Per­formed by four dancers and ex-Army cap­tain Tom Clo­nan it high­lights the vi­cious­ness and trauma of vi­o­lence. Tick­ets €20/€18/€9 ev­ery­man­cork.com

n Ciara Eliz­a­beth Smyth, now part of the artist-in­res­i­dence pro­gramme at The New The­atre, showed a tal­ent for ver­bal zany sit­com com­edy in her 2017 play All

Honey. Her lat­est play, We Can’t Have Mon­keys In The House, runs from to­mor­row to Nov 24 at the New The­atre. n Book­ing is open for How

To Catch A Star at The Ark in Tem­ple Bar, based on Oliver Jef­fers’s best­selling book. The 45-minute pro­duc­tion by Bra­nar Téatar do Pháistí is aimed at chil­dren aged 4+ and fea­tures pup­pets and an orig­i­nal mu­sic score by Colm Mac Con Io­maire. Runs from Dec 5-30. Tick­ets €12.50/€9/50. See ark.ie

war and vi­o­lence: In Solider Still

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