MACHA Productions Presents Body Politics – 14 to 18 Sept

MACHA Productions in association with QUB Drama Studies presents BODY POLITICS – A double-bill of two one-act plays in the Brian Friel Theatre.

NO MOTIVE

Belfast. 1962. Mary Agnew has it all – the husband, a comfortable life. What make her walk into her husband’s study, load his gun and shoot herself. Private detective, Rachel McDoo travels through a maze of deceit seeking a motive for Mary’s action.

SWEETIES

Tracy hasn’t left the house in two years. Her sister, Jen’s had enough. She books a one-way ticket to Australia. As Jen tells Tracy she’s leaving, fate blows life’s chasm wide open for both of them. A dark comedy that’ll have you on the edge of your seat. Included in the ticket price; BODY POLITICS exhibition.

Also included: Speaker led post-show debates following each performance.

Concession tickets are available for students, people with disabilities, seniors (over 60) and those in receipt of benefits.

More information and booking: queensfilmtheatre.com/Whats-On/Body-Politics

For more information about the Body Politics exhibition: www.facebook.com/therese.kieran/posts/5210718088943996

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