Blue Raincoat Theatre Company are back at the Everyman Theatre with their acclaimed production of ‘Rhinoceros’, a searing and bleak funny study of human nature, and one of the seminal dramatic works of the last century by Eugene Ionesco.
“Outstanding example of absurdist theatre…excellent performance” -The Irish Times
Blue Raincoat has enjoyed massive popularity throughout Ireland in recent years, with a series of new adaptations on the work of Flann O’Brien, “The Third Policeman” and “At Swim-Two-Birds” as well as two other works by Ionesco “The Chairs” and “The Bald Soprano”.
The show runs from Monday 20th to Sunday 25th February with nightly performances at 8pm. the Everyman offers a special students price of €7 for every show from Monday to Wednesday.
If you would like to arrange for a group to see the show we offer discounts to groups of 8 or more.
Information on the show is below and you can check further details on our website www.everymanpalace.com/2011/08/rhinoceros/
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