24th March 2014
EndNote Productions is proud to announce ‘Anonymous’ running as part of scheduled events for Alcohol Awareness Week 2014. The show will run nightly at 8:30pm, from Wednesday 2nd until Saturday 5th of April, in The Clasac Theatre, Alfie Byrne Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3. Tickets can be reserved by emailing EndNoteproductions@yahoo.com or purchased at the door. Tickets are €15.00 each, with €13.00 concession price available. Alcohol Awareness Week Launched last year for the very first time by the Alcohol Forum, Alcohol Awareness Week aims to get people thinking and talking about alcohol and how it affects us as individuals, families, communities and a society. By encouraging people to examine alcohol-related issues and how they impact on all of us, we hope that it will stimulate conversation and debate and help to bring about a positive change to our harmful relationship with alcohol in Ireland. Further information about both the forum and the Alcohol Awareness Week can be found on www.alcoholforum.org. Anonymous Anonymous is new one act play, written by Niamh Cummins and directed by Mark Mc Auley. The story follows seven strangers brought together to trial new counselling programme. Each of the characters has suffered from different addictions, ranging from compulsive spending to alcoholism and are at varying stages of their recovery. The programme aims to offer continued support through group therapy sessions, to people who may, to the outside world, be considered fully recovered, but are in fact still struggling. We hope that this play will not only highlight how easily a habit can become an addiction, but also encourage a sense of empathy from the audience and start to break down some of the stereotypes attached to addictions, as each of the characters’ stories have been adapted from true life accounts.