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Museum a comedy by Tina Howe

It's the last day of "The Broken Silence", an exhibition of compelling but perplexing contemporary art. A vast array of characters, scholarly experts, bewildered first-timers, pretentious posers, naive students, pushy photographers, all come and go under the increasingly exasperated eye of the security guard. What's it all about? And why do people keep stealing the clothes pegs?

Written by Obie-winning playwright Tina Howe, Museum is a witty, absurd satire about how we respond to contemporary art.

Directed by Peter McDermott and performed by the first-year students of the BA in Drama (Performance).
Dates:  Wednesday 1 May (preview) to Friday 3 May 2013, 7pm
Venue: Theatre, DIT Rathmines, 163-167 Rathmines Road Lower
Please note early starting time.
Tickets: €10 (€5 concession) available from