The Fregoli Heart Project

By Box Office
Saturday, 30th November 2019
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Fregoli Theatre Company

The Fregoli Heart Project is a play about Love and the heart; how love makes us move, feel, think; how we love, who/what we love and in what spaces/places we feel love.  What does love do for us, and what do we do for love?

The Fregoli Heart Project is a performance devised from stories from the public about love in all its forms. These stories are presented through dialogue, movement, music, dance, imagery, storytelling and vocal expression.

Fregoli heart project

There is a cast of 17, four core performers, 8 young dancers from Direct Provision in Galway and five young actors from the Bohermore Youth Drama Group in Galway city. The creative team also includes a visual artist and a composer . The Fregoli Heart Project explores different forms of love, friendship, family, romantic, passion for sport, work, art, and how these loves affect our sense of self and belonging. It is about how we care, our expectations, acceptances, rejections, growth, destructions, vulnerability and the heart itself.  

'touching, funny, poignant, joyful, heartfelt and true... an ultimately uplifting play on the theme of Love and on our capacity to both feel and show it'

Charlie McBride, Galway Advertiser

 

The Fregoli Heart Project debuted at the Cuirt International Festival of Literature in Galway this April, we are delighted to present this work at the Roscommon Arts Centre.

Fregoli Theatre is a Galway based company founded in 2007, they have had 25 productions to date, including 12 debuts of new work, with performances nationwide and at the Edinburgh Fringe see www.fregolitheatre.com for more info

 

Visual Artist- Aisling Conroy

Composer/Musician- Mark Daniel Kerry

Performer's Ensemble- Jarlath Tivnan, Eilish McCarthy, Kate Murray, Oisin Robbins, The Eglinton Dance Group, Bohermore Teen Drama Group

Director- Maria Tivnan

Assistant Director- Eimear Finan

Running Time 1 hour 

Date: Saturday 30th November 

Time:7pm

Tickets: €15 / €12 (€10 for groups of 10+) 

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