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Flash In The Pan Collective's 'Dolores'

Flash In The Pan | Dublin

Flash In The Pan Collective
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  • Target: €400
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This project was funded!

rewards for funding this project:

€10 +

Special thank you in the programme in 'Dolores' and on Flash In The Pan Collective's facebook page.

€25 +

Special thank you in the programme for 'Dolores' and on Flash In The Pan Collective's facebook page. 2 tickets to 'Dolores' in a venue of your choice.

€50 +

Special thank you in the programme for 'Dolores' and on Flash In The Pan Collective's facebook page. 2 tickets to 'Dolores' in a venue of your choice. A signed 'Dolores' programme from the cast and crew.

€100 +

Special thank you in the programme for 'Dolores' and on Flash In The Pan Collective's Facebook page. 4 tickets to 'Dolores' in a venue of your choice. A signed 'Dolores' programme from the cast and crew. Meet and greet for an after show drink with the cast.

a project by:
Flash In The Pan

Eimear Kilmartin and Sonya O'Donoghue set up Flash In The Pan Collective from both a need to work, and the desire to put on a show! We are both trained actors based in Dublin who were between gigs at the time of Flash in the Pan Collective's inception. We decided to create the collective in order to fulfil our artistic expressions and to keep ourselves busy between other work.

Flash In The Pan Collective is not limited to just theatre and performance, it is open to all art forms. It's main aim is to provide a starting point for artists who find themselves in a similar situation to its co-founders. The vision for the collective is to become a broad platform whereby artists from all creative walks of life can create, make, express and explore themselves and their art in a safe and supportive environment.

The first project is Dolores, a one act play written by American playwright Edward Allan Baker. This heartfelt piece explores the story of two sisters and their personal struggle with domestic violence. This touring show premieres in Nun's Island Theatre, Galway on 7th - 10th September, before moving to the Camden Palace Hotel, Cork (27th September - 1st October) and the Pearse Centre, Dublin (1st - 13th November) (excluding Thursdays). Please help us with the costs of putting on this show, we only have seven days.

Thanks so much.

Eimear and Sonya