Dublin Theatre Festival

Gate Theatre

Boston Marriage

by David Mamet

Venue Gate Theatre
Date 29 Sep - 3 Oct 8.00pm
2 Oct - 3 Oct 3.00pm
Duration 2hrs

Directed by Aoife Spillane-Hinks
Set Design by Eileen Diss
Costume Design by Joan O'Clery
Lighting Design by Mick Hughes
Cast Fiona Bell, Justine Mitchell and Anna Shiels McNamee

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The Gate Theatre, in association with Ulster Bank Dublin theatre Festival presents an exciting season of plays by three towering figures of twentieth century theatre - Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter and David Mamet.

Don't miss this unique celebration of three iconic wordsmiths who, united in their commitment to the priority of language, became the heart of a new wave of writing which shaped and inspired generations, presenting us with some of the most important works of modern times.

Boston Marriage, David Mamet’s classic comedy of manners, takes us into the world of two friends living on society’s fringe. As they articulate their skewed perceptions of life, the language ignites into deliciously vicious banter as we witness their jealousy, fear, and desperation for love.

As part of The Relish of Language season at the Festival including Endgame and Watt by Beckett and Pinter's Celebration.

TALKING THEATRE: Michael Colgan in conversation with Lady Antonia Fraser. Oct 10, 4pm.

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