Interactive
Performance for Young Audiences
Remote Art Experience
Digital Experience
Young Radicals

Whodunnit? The Great Art Robbery!

Super Paua
Whodunnit? The Great Art Robbery! - Super Paua

Presented by axis: Ballymun

SACRÉ BLEU! DIA ÁR SÁBHÁIL! How could it be? A self-portrait of our national treasure- Ireland's most notorious pigeon - STOLEN. 

You! Yes... all twelve of you are suspects. Fán anseo. You're going NOWHERE until we figure out... whodunnit?

Play a character, protect your secrets, and use your detective skills to catch the thief in this online multilingual mystery game for young people aged 8-12 years. 

So...was it YOU?

Co-presented by Dublin Fringe Festival and Melbourne Fringe Festival. Funded by Foras Na Gaeilge. Supported by The Digital Hub, Official Digital Partner of Dublin Fringe Festival, Dublin Fringe Festival’s Dream On bursary and The Ombudsman for Children's Office.

Please Note:
This is a live digital performance. To attend this event you will need a device that is compatible with online applications such as Zoom and a stable internet connection. One ticket is for one participant. This is a multilingual event but participants do not need to speak more than one language to take part, the 2pm performance on 10 Sep will be run bilingually as Gaeilge and English.

Image: Brian Farrell

10 September
11:00, 14:00, €5

11 September
13:00, 16:00, €5

Venue

Your Place

Duration

120mins