directed by Louise Lowe and designed by Owen BossANU and Landmark Productions
IN PERSON | LIVESTREAMED | ON DEMAND
In days of upheaval a new resilience has taken hold.
Two of Ireland’s leading theatre companies – ANU Productions and Landmark – collaborate for the first time, to present a hugely ambitious co-production that plots a singular path through one of the most secretive, contentious and turbulent times in Irish history.
Drawing on two 100-year old books – a unique historical ledger which documents in careful detail the names, ages and role of every employee in Dublin Port, and an intelligence dossier containing names and photographs of potential targets – The Book of Names tells a tale of espionage, high stakes and a deadly game of historical doublethink.
Supported by the Arts Council, Dublin Port and Greater Houston Community Foundation.
In Person at Dublin Theatre Festival | 29 September – 23 October
Livestream | 8.30pm, 14 October
On Demand | 15 – 23 October
Running Time | 70 minutes approx
Age Suitability | 16+
Image Credit: Pato Cassinoni