SUNDER: by ANU Productions
19 April - 7 May 2016 Moore Street, Dublin
Moore Street is a street with a mainline to the heart of Dublin.
On the evening of Friday 28th April 1916, 250 retreating rebels from the collapsing GPO, take shelter inside number 10 Moore Street. Inside the crumbling and burning houses, they tunnel through the walls througout the night, their stories colliding with civilian ones.
Using eye witness testimonies, SUNDER will propel audiences through the final hours of the rising like never before. Oscillating between past and present, now and then, SUNDER pulls apart time and space to reveal the human cost of the rebellion from inside its own vivid countdown.
Produced by ANU Productions, The National Museum of Ireland and the Department of Arts, Heritage, and the Gaeltacht in association with the National Archives and Dublin Theatre Festival with the support of Dublin City Council. SUNDER will take place on Moore Street, please note the meeting point is at the Central Library in the Ilac Centre.
This show is currently sold out. To be added to a waiting list please contact our Box Office on
01 677 8899, open 10am - 6pm Monday - Friday.
Performances run from April 19th – May 7th from 12pm -6pm, excluding Sundays. Each performance is approx. one hour in duration.
- Venue: Moore Street, Dublin 1. The meeting point is at the Central Library in the Ilac Centre.
- Preview: Apr 18 & 19
- Dates: Apr 18 - May 7
- Tickets: €15 - €18
- Duration: Approx. 1 hrs
- Accessibility: Non Wheelchair accessible. Capacity is limited to four. Participatory in nature.
- Audience Warning: Strong language and adult themes.