Comedy
Theatre

Symphony of Worms

Hannah Mamalis
Woman eating an ice-cream, with a body in the background
Photo: Eoghan O’Brien

Presented as part of the Pan Pan Platform at Dublin Fringe Festival in partnership with AOB Arts Management.

Hannah is an only child. She has an unsettling attraction to Hobbits, always misses the toilet with the toilet paper and is terrified of dying alone. But what if she could reach out and experience a glimpse of life and death through her alternate selves in alternate dimensions?

A time, space and neurosis traversing comedy show about failure, connection and our never-ending quest to find the things that truly matter. To affinity and beyond.

Information

Developed at Scene + Heard 2019.

Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival.

9 September 
19:00 
€11

10 - 12 September
21:30 
€14 / €12 conc.

14 & 15 September
19:00
€14 / €12 conc.

Venue

Smock Alley Theatre - Boys’ School

Duration

60mins

Sponsored By

O'Hara's Venue Sponsor

A symphony of worms is a beautiful, heart-warming show, delivered with humour and honesty by a performer that truly knows how to engage an audience.

No More Workhorse
Symphony Of Worms Collage