Mind That Tis My Brother

Cork Arts Theatre, Ireland, T23 X72D
Wed 7th August 2019 - Sat 10th August 2019
by Gayle Shortland
Presented by “ The Gaze Productions”

Lunch is served from 12.15pm. Show starts at 1pm.

Supper is served from 7.30pm followed by show at 9pm.

Tony is carried home to Cork in an urn, having died of AIDS in London. Inexplicably, he still has the gift
of speech and a few of his other senses as well. As he tries to come to terms with his predicament, his friends make fitful efforts to carry out his last wish - to scatter his ashes on the grave of Little Nellie of Holy God in the local convent.

This play is an unapologetic look at the lives of people that struggled to be who they were in a City that didn’t accept them. It shows the grittier side of Cork and all its residents. The nostalgic feeling only compliments the outrageousness of the plot. The play touches on topics of grief, death, Aids, LGBT struggles and faith, but not one overshadows the other. They all come together to create a truly unique experience that has previously left audiences in laughing fits and hysterics.

Having fallen in love with the show, the three performers Niall Holland, Shane Corcoran and
Alex Herlihy
set up The Gaze Productions with the sole purpose of presenting this play to a wider audience.

TICKETS:
LUNCH: €12.50 (includes light lunch and show). Lunch is served from 12.15pm. Show starts at 1pm.
SUPPER: €22.50 each or 2 tickets for €40. Ticket price includes supper, glass of wine / soft drink,
dessert and the show. Supper is served from 7.30pm followed by show at 9pm.
Show only (without meal): €10 per person.
Administration fee on phone and online bookings. 

Note for Online Bookings: Once your booking is complete, please either print your tickets at home and bring them with you, or present them on your phone at the box office on arrival and they will print them for you.

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