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Irish Independent - Weekend Review - - SCENE & HEARD -

1 COME ON HOME

Abbey, Pea­cock stage July 13–Au­gust 4

Phillip McMa­hon made a bold mark in the Abbey with Alice in Fun­der­land and the more moody

Town is Dead. The force be­hind Panti and Riot re­turns with this ex­plo­ration of faith through the story of a would-be priest. Set (where else?) at an Ir­ish funeral.

2 TREM­BLE TREM­BLE

Project Space Up­stairs, Dublin , Un­til 18 July

Artist Jesse Jones rep­re­sented Ire­land at the 57th Venice Bi­en­nele with this po­lit­i­cally charged in­stal­la­tion on Ir­ish abor­tion. Ol­wen Fouéré plays the witch. Jones and Fouéré are in con­ver­sa­tion on Thurs­day, July 5 at 8pm.

3 THE MAN IN THE WOMAN’S SHOES

Pav­il­ion, Dún Laoghaire July 4–5

Good news for the the­atre pack, the mas­ter­ful clown Mikel Murfi re­turns with this much ap­plauded one-man show and its se­quel, I

Hear You And Re­joice, which tell the sto­ries of mute cob­bler Pat Farnon, set in the 70s and 80s.

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