How Many Tears in a Bottle of Gin? | Paul Currie - Trufficle Musk
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How Many Tears in a Bottle of Gin? Trust me, this job is the shit

Paul Currie - Trufficle Musk
Surreal Python comedy with the twisted nonsensical sequiturs of Dadaism

How Many Tears in a Bottle of Gin? - Lost Train Theatre
All interviews make people pretend to be something they are not. Competing for the "highly coveted" role of Assistant Innovation Executive, three interviewees are forced to do the one thing no one wants to do& waiting room small-talk.

Directed by: Ciara Gleeson
Written by: Niall Lane
Co-Writers: Lewis Quigley, Ciara Gleeson
Produced by: Ailish Toal
Dramaturgy by: Aisling Flynn
Design by: Colin Doran, Katie Foley
VDA (image credit): James Healy


Paul Currie - Trufficle Musk
Currie mixes performance art, avant garde clowning, and his Belfast working class charm & in humour to fuse and create a whole new idea of what stand up is and can be. Trufficle Musk will see Currie walk a very loose tightrope of entertainment, existentialism & immersive stand-up comedy. A true Clownarchist work in progress. But mainly it will hopefully, fingers crossed leave you LOLing like a manic baboon

Written + Performed by: Paul Currie

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