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WORLD PREMIERE OF ‘PULLED’ FOR CENTRAL ARTS!

Pulled posterCentral Arts 13th – 17th September – 2016

Pulled… a comedy about two girls fightin’ the fear. Who will pull through? Amanda or Michelle? Maybe they’ll just pull the heads off each other… Join these two man eating club stomping wans as they battle one of the worst hangovers of their lives in an attempt to follow a trail of snapchats, texts, and selfies back to memories long lost to shots- what and who they did last night?! How did Michelle end up here, where the hell was Amanda? Or… do they even want to know?

Following Niamh’s highly successful self penned & produced tour of “YER WAN” in 2014 & 2015, “Pulled” continues the debacle of being a young woman on the pull.

How do young women react to a crisis when the odds are against them in pretty much every single way? Join Central Arts and Devious Theatre in September to find out! “Pulled” premieres in Central Arts, Waterford On September 13th-17th. It follows up with a three night run in the Set Theatre, Kilkenny September 29th-October1st.

Pulled marks a major new collaboration between the two South East based companies, Central Arts of Waterford, and Devious Theatre, of Kilkenny. This is the third production in the celebration of Devious’s 10th Birthday. It is also the second in house production Central Arts will present around the time they are officially celebrating their second birthday.

More info on the play and companies at: www.centralarts.ie www.devioustheatre.com www.niamhmoroney.com

Doors 7:30pm Tickets available at centralarts.ie

Venue: Central Arts, 123A Parade Quay, Co. Waterford

086 454 3246

centralartswaterford@gmail.com

http://www.centralarts.ie/

 

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