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The Last Dance of Lizzie Moore


21 November 2023 at 7pm

The James Joyce Centre was delighted to host a rehearsed reading and post-performance discussion of The Last Dance of Lizzie Moore, a new play by Daniel Seery, performed by Hidden Skirts Theatre Company on Tuesday, November 21st at 7pm.

A traffic accident on Fleet Street leaves two colleagues who have differing accounts of their time with the victim — and the secrets kept in the battered case she won’t let out of her sight.

The reading was 45 minutes long followed by a Q&A.

Hidden Skirts are a Dublin-based theatre company, that makes theatre inspired by the city and its people. Ciara and Anto have worked together since 2020 when they met on the documentary O’Casey in the Estate. Since then they have been writing and performing original pieces of work including their new play The Last Dance of Lizzie Moore by Daniel Seery. 

Daniel Seery’s short stories have appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies and he was a winner in the Irish Writers’ Centre Novel Fair Competition. He lives in Dublin with his wife and two daughters. His first book was called A Model Partner

The James Joyce Centre is delighted to support new Irish writers, playwrights, and artists. The James Joyce Centre is supported by the Department of Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media.

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