‘Waiting in Line’ is Made in Limerick for City of Culture

A commentary on the Irish 'social welfare culture': Clare Langford in Honest Arts' production of Waiting in Line. Picture: Sam Keenan
THE intriguing Waiting in Line opens in Dance Limerick this Thursday night, a City of Culture Made in Limerick supported project.

THE intriguing Waiting in Line opens in Dance Limerick this Thursday night, a City of Culture Made in Limerick supported project.

An Honest Arts production, the piece combines artistry and the latest in 3D mapping technology in a thought provoking, physical theatre piece.

Waiting in Line is Performed by Clare Langford and Pius McGrath - well known for his work with Bottom Dog, the Elemental festival and his superb performances in the Mid-Knight Cowboy, which the company brought to Edinburgh Fringe last year - with direction from Tara Doolan.

Honest Arts say that the production, which runs until Saturday in the former Daghdha Space, is a “fast paced social commentary on the social welfare culture that has been created in Ireland over the past 25 years”.

The show is for audience of 15 and over. See waitinginline.eventbrite.ie for tickets and further details.