EARAGAIL Arts Festival is delighted to present ‘I Do’ in association with Clonmel Junction Festival and Dante or Die.
Don your button-hole, down a glass of bubbly and join Dante or Die’s eleven-strong cast to voyeuristically peek into the lives of a wedding party ten minutes before the ceremony.
‘I Do’ is a unique theatre experience that lets members of the audience become a fly on the wall in the build up to a wedding.
Divided into six groups, the audience will discover the twists and turns in the plot in a different order, seeing the same ten minutes replayed in each of the rooms, and experiencing that moment in time from each character’s point of view.
The best man is practicing his speech. The bridesmaids are squeezing the bride into her dress. Mum and Dad are seeing each other for the first time in years.
Grandma is struggling to dress her husband whilst the bride’s brother is getting frisky with the maid of honour. Meanwhile, the groom is frozen…
Paul Brown, Festival Director says: ‘I Do’ is one of the highlights of our programme and we’re delighted that The Clanree Hotel is hosting this show.
With six rooms in the same hotel and six interlinked stories, some sad, some funny and some shocking, who knows what you might discover.’
‘I Do’ takes place in The Clanree Hotel, Letterkenny from Tuesday, 15th to Friday 18th July with two shows per evening at 6.30pm and 8.45pm.
Tickets cost €15 / €12. A pre-theatre dinner is available in the Clanree’s Aileach Restaurant with three courses for €25.00 per person from 6.00pm – 7.30pm. Book your place today by calling hotel reception on 074 9124369.
For full details on the Earagail Arts programme visit www.eaf.ie. Earagail Arts Festival is funded by The Arts Council of Ireland, Fáilte Ireland and Donegal County Council. ‘I Do’ contains nudity and scenes of an adult nature (14+)
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