Tremayne Theatre Company's new production Marie's Crisis Café is set in a piano bar which, on the surface, is just another place where people drown their sorrows. But dig a little deeper and it's also a place where troubled souls are fixed. Directed by Hunter Tremayne, the play combines drama, humour, despair and hope with a touch of surreal in the modern age.
Tickets cost €12, or €10 if you're a student. The show is also proudly raising funds for women's collective AADAS, helping women and children who have been subjected to sexual abuse. Starts at 8.30pm on both the 5th and the 6th.