Arbitration (Or A Life Worth Living)

Apr 17, 2019

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Alan may only have 20 minutes to live. He’s got to prove his life is worthy, but is it?

In this dystopian reality, The government has yearly reviews whereby they decide whether or not a person’s life is worth living. If it is not, they are burned alive. Alan is unsure if he will pass this year, as regret and instability lies under the very surface nowadays.

Using movement, a VCR and the audience’s own vote, this play is a unique exploration of the human condition and what is a worthy life.

Performer Jérémie Cyr-Cooke

Brick wall theatre celebrates it’s fourth year of being part of the Galway Theatre Festival. To book your tickets to this quirky and engaging show, click here.

Box Office Info


BUY TICKETS
ONLINE: tht.ie
BY PHONE/IN PERSON: Town Hall Theatre Box Office - 091569777 - Mon-Sat 10am-7.30pm
ON THE DOOR: Tickets will be available on the door only for shows that have not sold out prior to the day of the performance. (*cash only)
TICKET COLLECTION: Tickets can be collected from the Town Hall Theatre Box Office up to 3hours before the performance, and on the doors 30mins before the show.

BOOKING FOR FREE EVENTS
MADE IN GALWAY| works-in-progress have a limited capacity and are very popular. Book your place early on Eventbrite to avoid disappointment!