Multi-media play Shoot My Dog coming to Arts Centre

By Esther Hayden

Published 10/11/2015 | 00:00

A comedy drama directed by Pat Nolan will be performed at Wexford Arts Centre on November 26 at 8pm.

From the Black Box Theatre Company Shoot My Dog is an autobiographical piece written and performed by Brendan Burke. This multi-media performance takes the audience on a journey through Brendan's life, from growing up as an only child on the Northside of Dublin in the Sixties, qualifying as a Microbiologist (Baghdad) to becoming an actor (Fair City), Stand Up Comedian (Vicar Street) and Award Winning Photographer.

Shoot My Dog has been described as a hybrid between the traditional 'stand up' and the 'one man show' format, with lots of laughs and drama.

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