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Both Sides - a new play by Jane Coyle

Tickets: £10.00

Doors Open 7.30pm

Stella and Estelle. Two women, two stories, two cities. How are they connected?

Both Sides is an intriguing double-edged play, comprising two interlocking monologues - Me Here, Me and Before Before. It is inspired by the works of Samuel Beckett..

In the first, a young woman sits in a Paris café, watching the world go by. Every passer-by seems to have a story. Is hers about to be revealed?

In the second, a middle aged woman sits in a bar in Nice, observing the people around her. She reflects on a colourful life and a loss too painful to bear.

The production features French dance music played live on violin and concertina.

“An evening spent in Paris and Nice ... insightful writing, sensitive performances ..." Irish News

“A clever drama, which operates on two levels … the stories and sorrow of two women keep our attention." Theatre critic Grania McFadden 

"Two intriguing stories … shades of Beckett … the joy of the writing …" Belfast Times

Directed by Rhiann Jeffrey.

Supported by The National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland. Sponsored by John J Rice & Co Solicitors and Lighthouse Communications

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