Bleach a play about man, violence and city living

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Date(s) - 07/09/2017 - 10/09/2017
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Bleach is a play about Tyler Everett who knows how to take it like a man. He made a career out of it. He rejected London’s corporate world in favour of screwing his way through the city each night.

Up to now he’s been doing pretty well for himself, enjoying a hedonistic life of men, sex and money. But on a fully-booked Saturday night, Tyler’s bubble is about to burst and he’ll discover the real cost of living in the worlds most exciting city.

Bleach makers and awards

Bleach is a soul-jolting new one man show about sex, violence and city living. It is written and performed by Dan Ireland-Reeves, by the British Exist Theatre.

Direct from critically acclaimed runs in Dublin, Manchester and Edinburgh, Bleach is sure to make your pulse race and your mind churn.

Nominated for Outstanding Male Performance at the International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival in 2017 and winner for Best Writing at the Greater Manchester Fringe 2017.

Times and tickets

Bleach is going to performed during for nights at different times as a part of the Frinch Theatre Festival. The performances are on:

  • Thursday 7th of September, 7.30PM
  • Friday 8th of September, 9.45PM
  • Saturday 9th of September, 6.30PM
  • Sunday 10th of September, 8.30PM

Tickets are €11,50 and can be bought on the Frinch Festival websiteBleach poster