Twenty Fifty Line Up

Twenty Fifty - Full Guest Line Up Revealed

05 September 2020

TWENTY FIFTY has announced their full line-up of guests joining them for a live improvised game.

Buy a ticket. Get an email. Click into the theatre. 

Roll the dice, take a risk and only find out who your guest is on the night of the performance. 

The guests joining Dan Colley and Fionnuala Gygax will be: 
Travis Alabanza

Travis Alabanza is an award winning theatre maker, writer and performer. Their recent show Burgerz sold out an international tour including venues such as Southbank Centre, Traverse Theatre, MASP Museu and Dublin Theatre Festival.

Tom Gilmore
Tom was born in Dublin in May 1965 He enjoys rambling on about life, love and the pursuit of contentment. He loves his City, his family and his thoughts. He enjoy nothing more than learning something new, preferably over a Guinness or Johnny Walker black.

Gemma Dunleavy
Gemma is a Dublin songwriter and producer. She released her new EP, Up De Flats earlier this year.

Raymond Keane
'Art is his religion. Wall Ball is his current meditation. Life interrupts living and vice versa.'

Zainab Boladale
Zainab Boladale is a Journalist, TV Presenter and Public Speaker. She was born in Nigeria and raised in Ennis, Co.Clare. In 2017, she was named Journalist of the Year at the DCU Hybrid Awards. That same year, she made her TV debut on RTÉ's children's programme, news2day.

Amanda Coogan
Coogan is an internationally recognised and critically acclaimed artist working across the medias of live art, performance, sculpture and installation. Her extraordinary work is challenging, provocative and always visually stimulating.

Felicia Olusanya
A Nigerian-Irish poet, performance and playwright who is fast becoming one of the most exciting and in demand voices in Ireland, her mind set on changing the face of the poetry form in Ireland.

Andy Lee
Andy is an Irish former professional boxer who competed from 2006 to 2017.

Daryl McCormack
Originally from Tipperary, Daryl is a London based actor. He’s an only child and of mixed African American Heritage. Most recent credit: Wheel of Time (Amazon).

Gráinne Hallahan
Gráinne is a Dublin theatre maker, performer and facilitator. She has spent much of her life the last 2 years growing and running an art and inclusion theatre co called Irish Aphasia Theatre. She is excited to be part of this live and interactive online theatre experience and fascinated about where the interactions could end up.

Philip Connaughton
Philip Connaughton is a choreographer/performer from Dublin. He studied at the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance in London. Dublin Fringe audiences will be familiar with his work 'Tardigrade' and 'ASSISTED SOLO' from Company Philip Connaughton. Philip was recently awarded an Irish Times Theatre Award for his work on Rough Magic's production of Much Ado About Nothing.

Gina Moxley
Gina Moxley is a writer, performer and director. Her most recent play The Patient Gloria, co-produced with the Abbey, won a Fringe First and Herald Angel at Edinburgh Fringe 2019. She contributed to both Dance Festival and Abbey Theatre's online lockdown projects. She is directing Caitríona Ní Mhurchú’s Transmission for Dublin Fringe 2020: Pilot Light Edition.

Wren Dennehy
Wren is a queer performer, actor and producer of The Queer Cabaret at Bow Lane.  They moonlight as Ireland’s premier non-binary drag entity, Avoca Reaction.  They would like to see the abolition of binary definitions of gender by 2050.

Twenty Fifty will be hotter. Twenty Fifty will be riskier. Twenty Fifty will not be like 2020. 

Intimacy. Risk. Live on the internet. 

TWENTY FIFTY starts September 6 and runs through to September 19. Check dates and times and get your tickets here.