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Theatre Lovett
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A Feast of Bones

by Frances Kay

Venue The Ark, A Cultural Centre For Children
Date 2 Oct - 6 Oct 
Duration 60 mins



Directed by Muireann Ahern and Louis Lovett
Cast Martin Brunsden, Louis Lovett, Oscar O Luain
Composer and Musical Director Nico Brown

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A gentleman dines at a fine French restaurant - but at Le Monde Bouleverse; you never get quite what you expect. Underneath their human exteriors, beastly greeds and needs are crouching, awaiting their chance to pounce! And in times of war and social chaos, how easily they become unleashed

A Feast of Bones is a musical fable from Theatre Lovett, creators of last year's festival hit The House that Jack Filled and of The Girl who Forgot to Sing Badly (The Ark/Theatre Lovett). In a new play featuring live music and an original score, they bring their characteristic playfulness to Walter de la Mare's retelling of a tale by the Brothers Grimm.

So let the merry music strike up, let hunger be satisfied and let the laughter be so loud you cannot hear the distant thunder.

Recommended for ages 9+ and adults of all ages.

Supported through an Arts Council Theatre Project Award.

"With A Feast of Bones, Theatre Lovett proves that Irish theatre for young audiences is capable of matching its international peers" - Sunday Business Post "A Feast of Bones is a fantastically realised show" **** The Irish Times "A Feast of Bones is a thoroughly enjoyable cabaret that deserves to reach to audiences large and small... this sparkling piece will appeal to anyone with a sense of humour and an imagination" - The Sunday Times
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