ANU and Dublin Theatre Festival present: The Party to End All Parties
Throughout history, crises are often the catalyst for change. On April 18th, 1949, the night that Ireland became a Republic, a nation was ready for a momentous change. O’Connell Bridge, the epicentre of many such tides, has been the place to gather, to protest and to dream of the future. Hope is central, as we spin between then and now, our need to reconnect is palpable as we listen closely, to each other and the city.
We invite you to join us on a very personal journey through events that have formed and shaped us. Together we will hold you, from a distance, to embark on this live theatre experience across time, the city and the party to end all parties.
The Party to End All Parties will be streamed live for free, on 8 October at 5pm and 7pm. These are two different performances and we highly advise that you watch both.
Watch live on our YouTube channel and Facebook page.