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FUERZABRUTA for Limerick City of Culture 2014






FUERZABRUTA for Limerick City of Culture 2014



FUERZABRUTA  7As part of Limerick City of Culture 2014, an industrial space in Limerick city will be re-imagined as a standalone culture factory, opening its floor for the first time in ten years to the most breathtakingly exciting, theatre spectacle in the world, ‘FUERZABRUTA’. Once the manufacturing hub of the West, the Old Dell factory will play host to the Irish premiere of world renowned sell out show, FUERZABRUTA. From Thursday 13 until Saturday March 22, the factory will be transformed, replacing the previous industrial buzz with pulsating beats and a physical and visual extravaganza never seen before in this country, breathing new energy and vitality into the 350,000 sq. foot space. Created by Diqui James, FUERZABRUTA, is an all-standing out-standing rave of a show. Famed for its majestic stage sets and high-end theatrical extravaganza, the FUERZABRUTA team have created a show inspired by raw energy and creative innovation. Featuring mind-blowing visual effects from a Kafkaesque suited figure bursting full throttle through a series of moving walls to figures swooping through the shadows and a hugely impressive watery world suspended just inches above the audience’s heads, all set to a thumping soundtrack. Get set for astonishing performances from a show that boasts mind-blowing visual effects that must to be seen to be believed. FUERZABRUTA has been unleashing a mind blowing experience on audiences in sold out shows across the globe since its premiere in Buenos Aires in 2005, and is currently the fastest-selling show ever at London’s ‘The Roundhouse’. You may get wet, you may get dirty – bring friends and dancing shoes and prepare for visual and sensory overload. It is an event where worlds collide, where dreams are real, and reality takes a back seat. Don’t miss your once in a lifetime chance to experience this electrifying show in Limerick. Give in to it, let go and enjoy the ride. Tickets are €28/€20 concession plus booking fee are on sale now and are available to purchase from Eventmaster.  See for full details. Times and dates below.

















13th March – 22nd March 2014 

All tickets are unreserved standing.

Show Dates and Times:

Thursday             13th March                          Doors: 6:30pm

Friday                    14th March                          Doors: 6:30pm and 9pm

Saturday              15th March                          Doors: 6:30pm and 9pm

Sunday                 16th March                          Doors: 6:30pm and 9pm

Monday               17th March                          Doors: 9pm

Tuesday               18th March                          ——-

Wednesday        19th March                          Doors: 6:30pm

Thursday             20th March                          Doors: 9pm

Friday                    21st March                          Doors: 6.30pm

Saturday              22nd March                         Doors: 9pm

WHAT:             Limerick City of Culture present ‘FUERZA BRUTA’

WHEN:             13th March – 22nd of March 2014 *Please see below for further details 

WHERE:           ‘The Culture Factory’ Old Dell Building, Plassey Park Road, Castletroy, Limerick.

PRICE:             €28

TICKETS:         Available to purchase from here:

Age Suitability

FUERZABRUTA is a standing show which contains scenes of mild nudity and violence with strobe lighting and loud music, therefore is not recommended for young children.

Strobe lights & Water

Strobe lighting is used repeatedly throughout the show. There is also water involved in the performance – please keep electrical items in a safe place.





Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.

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