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‘Both Sides’ (play)

‘Both Sides’ (play)

Both Sides is an intriguing and atmospheric play by Jane Coyle, writer of ‘The Lantern Man’, which sold out at ISLAND Arts Centre in autumn 2016.

A young woman sits in a Paris café watching the life of the street unfold. Every passer–by seems to have a troubling story. She has one too. Is it about to be revealed?

A glamorous older woman sits in a bar in Nice, observing her fellow drinkers. She looks back on a colourful, turbulent life and a loss too painful to bear.

Hannah Coyle and Libby Smyth play Stella and Estelle. Two women, two lives, two stories. In two interlocking monologues, inspired by the works of Samuel Beckett, the connection between them is made. Director: Rhiann Jeffrey

Both Sides is produced by Powerstone Entertainment in association with Shelter Northern Ireland and sponsored by Lighthouse Communications.

 

 

  • Date: Sat 15 Sep
  • Cost: £15 (includes complimentary appetisers)
  • Time: 8pm
  • Venue: Island Arts Centre (Lighters restaurant)
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Thu 06 Sep - Fri 21 Sep at 9.30am

‘Both Sides’ (play)

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Sat 15 Sep at 8pm

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