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Touch Tour of No Magic Pill by Christian O’Reilly


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Free of charge but please pre-book
Limited Capacity
Duration: 30 Mins approx.

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Written by Christian O’Reilly  Directed by Raymond Keane

Heartfelt, hilarious and irreverent, No Magic Pill is the story of an activist … but beyond the fight for justice, it’s a celebration of love, friendship, and the enduring pursuit of freedom. Martin is a man at war with the Government, with society, but, above all else, with himself – and at this crisis point in his life, which road will he choose? Will his fight for equality be derailed by dreams of lifelong love and distant shores?

Please join us for a guided Touch Tour of No Magic Pill on Wednesday 20th November at 10.30am.

Touch Tours are created for patrons with access requirements and offer the opportunity to become acquainted with parts of the set, scenery, props and costumes involved in the production. It allows audience members to immerse themselves in the imaginary world presented on stage before they attend the performance but is also open to those who are not in a position to attend the show itself.
This experience greatly contributes to a person’s understanding of the performance or can be beneficial to audience members as it allows them to gain familiarity with their surroundings.

No Magic Pill will be presented with additional accessibility considerations, including increased seating for wheelchair users and their companions, shows with Audio Description and Irish Sign Language Interpretation and touch tours.

For further information and booking for No Magic Pill please click HERE

No Magic Pill is funded by the Arts Council and is presented in association with Independent Living Movement Ireland, Irish Wheelchair Association and Disability Federation of Ireland. Magic Pill Productions would also like to acknowledge the support of Town Hall Theatre, The Civic, glór, Backstage and The Glens Arts Centre.

Supported by The Arts Council / An Chomhairle Ealaíon

★★★★ physically striking … gutsy and engaging’ – The Irish Times