10 March
Friday, 10 March 2023 Dublin Food, Drink & Entertainment
First look at #Tartuffe
Adapted by Frank McGuinness and directed by Caitríona McLaughlin, tonight #Tartuffe opens on the Abbey stage. A classic dramatic comedy based on a hypocrite, the play will run in Dublin until 8th April before going on an Irish tour to @Lime Tree Theatre, Town Hall Theatre Galway, Lyric Belfast, An Grianan Theatre & Cork Opera House
To celebrate tonight’s opening, for #FlashDayFriday tomorrow we’re offering €10 discounted tickets for ALL performances of the show. Get your discounted tickets from 1pm-2pm with the code TartuffeFlash23 https://bit.ly/TartuffeAbbey
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Monsieur Loyal: Amy Conroy
Mariane: Emma Rose Creaner
Tartuffe: Ryan Donaldson
Damis: Naoise Dunbar
Dorine: Pauline Hutton
Orgon: Frank McCusker
Elmire: Aislín McGuckin
Filipote: Clare McKenna
Valere: Emmanuel Okoye
Pernelle: Geraldine Plunkett
Officer: Darragh Shannon
Cleante: Kevin Trainor
Written by: Molière
In a new version by: Frank McGuinness
Director: Caitríona McLaughlin
Set and Costume Designer: Katie Davenport
Lighting Designer: Sinéad Wallace
Composer and Sound Designer: Philip Stewart
Movement Director: Paula O'Reilly
Voice Director: Andrea Ainsworth
Casting Director: Sarah Jones
Production Dramaturg: Tanya Dean
Hair and Makeup Designer: Leonard Daly
Associate Composer and Sound Designer: Jane Deasy
Assistant Lighting Designer: Matt Burke
Teaser Trailer: Aileen Power
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    • Location(s) 26 Lower Abbey Street, Dublin, Ireland
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