Tim O = Tenacioustim from Twitter. Well done Tim you will have plenty of Fixx to keep you going for some time now!
Thanks to everyone else for the fantastic response which came from Twitter, Facebook and the Fixx blog all in support of The Cappuccino Culture. We thoroughly enjoyed reading all the comments and there are definitely some poets and witty folk out there Read more here…
Best of luck also to The Cappuccino Culture who begin performing 19th – 25th September as part of the Absolut Fringe Festival. Good luck guys and look forward to seeing you on Monday!
We are absolutely delighted to be supporting “The Cappuccino Culture” this year as part of the Absolut Fringe 2010. Described by Alice Galea, as “Warm, foamy, bubbly, caffeinated, tasty, flavoured, exotic, inviting, convival, recreational…exhilerating” how could we resist partnering with The Cappuccino Culture!
This playful production is about Dublin city and how it both changes and is changed by the people who come to live here. The title is a reference to the change from “pub culture“ to “coffee culture” in the city. The show features 10 performers from Spain, France, Germany, Korea, Iran, Portugal, Sweden, Poland and Dublin. Now as residents of Ireland they give us there first hand account of their experience of life here.
What happens when you get Irish, Spanish, Chinese, Italian, German, Portuguese, Polish, Iraqi, and French people together? Do they talk about the weather? Play pub games? The Cappuccino Cultureis a playful exploration of identity, language and the meaning of home, embedded in the multicultural landscape of contemporary Dublin. Using the experiences and languages of performers and audiences, this ever-changing game ensures the show is different every night – mixing tonnes of energy with some really good fun.
The show runs from 19th -25th September and takes place The Boys School @Smock Alley Theatre, Templebar at 8.45pm
We will be giving away a range of goodies so keep checking in to see what we have in store for you…