Spreacha 2016

During 2016 we have programmd a wonderful show for our International Programme, Spréacha, called 'The Secret Life of Suitcases'.

Spréacha shows are perfect for school groups and families with events programmed in and out of school time. Phone our Box Office now on 01-8852622.

Spréacha is presented by Draíocht in partnership with Fingal County Council.

"It was magical, they were mesmerized – it was the best school tour we were ever on."

"They loved it, one child (hard of hearing) doesn’t communicate very much and he communicated about it at home, this is very unusual for him, he only does this with things that he has really enjoyed."

Spréacha 2016 Events

The Secret Life of Suitcases
  • Friends Special Price Event

The Secret Life of Suitcases

Spreacha 2016 - Ailie Cohen Puppet Maker

Fri 14 - Sat 15 Oct 2016 Draíocht Studio // €7 adults / €5 children / 2 teachers free per class / Age 4+ yrs / Dur: 50 mins

FRI 14 OCT 10.15AM & 12.15PM
SAT 15 OCT 2PM & 4PM
Draíocht Studio  €7 adults / €5 children / 2 teachers free per class / Dur: 50 mins / Age: 4+

Larry works in an office and he likes it very much. He likes sorting and tidying and generally putting things in order. Everything in its place, a place for everything. But one day, a suitcase suddenly appears at his door. A suitcase with a tiny label. A tiny label with Larry’s name on it. And this suitcase has a mission …
Join Larry in ‘The Secret Life of Suitcases’ as his world gets turned upside down by a fantastical flying suitcase taking him further than he ever thought possible. Follow Larry’s journey as he discovers the thrill of adventure and the joy of coming home again.
This funny and enchanting puppet show was originally co-produced by the Unicorn Theatre, London.

Spréacha is presented by Draíocht in partnership with Fingal County Council.

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"Completely Delightful." Scotsman

"A charming, ingenious piece of puppet theatre infused with a spirit of adventure." The List

"A fantastical life-changing journey... the sheer craft and invention is a constant stream of delightfully quirky surprises." The Herald