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Tuesday 14th November a 10am & 12pm - Theatre Lovett present ‘THEY CALLED HER VIVALDI’

A sensitive musical-prodigy makes a quiet name for herself in a cacophonous world. As our young heroine journeys over cobblestones and canals, we learn about love, loss, the place of salt in our diet and the courage to lose our footing without losing our way.

This acclaime production was selected from 100’s of performances for young audiences to showcase in the USA at IPAY (International Performing Arts for Youth) in January 2017 and will undertake an extensive US tour in 2019.

The production stars the inimitable Louis Lovett, Ireland’s most experienced and critically acclaimed performer for young audiences and well known on the adult stage. Renowned for his natural, playful ability to entertain, engage and enthral, Louis most recently starring in ‘Dublin By Lamplight’ with Corn Exchange and ‘The Train’ with Rough Magic both at The Abbey Theatre.

Theatre Lovett, one of the most imaginative and indispensable companies at work today."

The Irish Times 2016 Judge Special Award nominee Irish Times Theatre Awards 2017.

Tickets €10 available from the box-office Tel: 051 874402 or online @ http://www.theatreroyal.ie/

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