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BBFC RatingMACHA Productions Presents Body Politics

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CertificateNot Rated
Director(s)Jo Egan & Fionnala Kennedy
Running Time2HR 10MINS
Extra InfoBrian Friel Theatre
SeasonMain Programme

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.

Content warning: Body Politics contains theme which may be upsetting including child sexual abuse.

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

Please note that social distancing will be managed by Brian Friel Theatre on the night and will not follow the same system as the cinema. If you have any access requirements please contact the Brian Friel Theatre on r.mcdade@qub.ac.uk. We have made some adjustments to help reduce the risk of COVID transmission in the cinema including card only payment, hand sanitising stations and more. Find out about the adjustments here.

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