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THE­ATRE Paul Bright’s Con­fes­sions of a Jus­ti­fied Sin­ner

Pea­cock The­atre, Dublin 8pm Can you put a mo­men­tary and mo­men­tous act back to­gether? At­tempt­ing to re­con­struct the un­con­ven­tional 1980s per­for­mances of James Hogg’s Con­fes­sions of a Jus­ti­fied Sin­ner, staged across Scot­land by young di­rec­tor Paul Bright, Un­ti­tled Projects cre­ates an ar­chive of an idio­syn­cratic the­atre his­tory. There’s much more to it than that, in a piece about mem­ory and imag­i­na­tion with plenty of sur­prises. PC ART

Not life/nec­es­sar­ily NCAD Gallery, 100 Thomas St, Dublin Un­til Oct 24 ncad.ie/about/gallery The ti­tle is taken from Beck­ett’s

poem, Some­thing There. Last year Chloe Brenan and Chanelle Wal­she shared a res­i­dency in Dres­den “to ex­plore the points of confluence in their re­spec­tive prac­tices”. The re­sult­ing sub­tle, tact­ful artis­tic di­a­logue makes up this ex­hibit, with Brenan’s frag­men­tary pho­to­graphic images and Wal­she’s paint­ings and draw­ings, plus se­lected read­ings by poet An­nemarie Ní Chur­reín. AD FILM

SOY­LENT GREEN

QFT, Belfast 6.30pm Take notes for post-scarcity at Richard Fleis­cher’s 1973 dystopian clas­sic, in which New York­ers sur­vive eco­nomic col­lapse by sub­sist­ing on nu­tri­tional wafers (right) made by the Soy­lent Corp. But what are the terrifying in­gre­di­ents? Charl­ton He­ston stars along­side Ed­ward G Robin­son, mak­ing his last screen ap­pear­ance. TB

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