PRESS RELEASE (from Sarah O’Toole @ Anam)
“Low Level Panic” is a foul-mouthed, funny and unflinching exploration of the ways in which we view women’s lives, their bodies, their safety and their sexuality.
Under the patronage of Ireland’s first lady, Mrs Sabina Higgins, Anam Theatre is now reviving its sell out production of Clare McIntyre’s Samuel Beckett Award winning play.
After a highly successful run at Galway, we brought our National Tour to the Crescent Arts Centre Belfast from Thursday 26th to Saturday 28th June and are now finishing up with a strictly limited run at The New Theatre in Dublin from 14th to 19th July. Tickets for the Dublin run are €15/12 and are available at www.thenewtheatre.com
“[a] bold, courageous production that pokes its fingers – with a punkish derision – in the eyes of convention”
– Brendan Daly, IRISH THEATRE MAGAZINE.
Sarah O’Toole, Eimear Kilmartin, Aoife Martyn, Jerry Fitzgerald and Joseph Lydon, plus ensemble of children and men