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Drama as even the actors don't know script

A Sinkhole in Guatemala Prime Cut Productions Culturlann McAdam O Fiaich, Belfast Tonight and tomorrow 7pm

By Grania McFadden

This is the first play from Belfast-based visual artist and performance maker Sarah Gordon.

Two people take the stage to tell a story - one is the writer, the other is an actor (there's a different actor each night) who hasn't seen the script. But how can you win the game when you've lost the rules? Intriguing stuff...

For details tel: 028 9089 2707

Green & Blue

Kabosh Productions

Girdwood Community Hub, Belfast

Tonight and tomorrow 7.30pm

Laurence McKeown's new work explores what life was like for those who patrolled the border during the height of the Troubles.

It aims to uncover the person behind the uniform and learn about the different experiences of two individuals on either side of a man-made line. The drama is based on an oral archive of serving RUC and An Garda Siochana officers.

For details tel: 028 9089 2707.

Three Sisters: Lucy Caldwell

Lyric Theatre, Belfast

until October 29

Belfast writer Lucy Caldwell shifts the story of Chekhov's Three Sisters to Nineties Belfast, where they dream of a brighter tomorrow.

Orla, Marianne and Erin are all dissatisfied with their lives and dream of starting a new life in America.

Will they be condemned to a life of unfulfilled ambition?

For details tel: 028 9038 1081.

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