We regret to inform you that MACHA Productions is cancelling all upcoming performances of Body Politics at the MAC.
Unfortunately there are no plans to reschedule these performances.
If your ticket payment was made by card you do not need to take any action. A full refund will be processed to the card you booked with via our booking system no later than the next 72 hours. For any other payment method, our team will get in touch with you by phone or email to arrange a refund.
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We are sorry once again for the disappointment.
Body Politics is the title of two forty-five minute one-act plays brought to you by MACHA Productions in association with The MAC.
No Motive: Belfast. 1962. Mary Agnew has it all - the husband, a comfortable life. What makes her walk into her husband’s study, load his gun and shoot herself? Private investigator, Rachel McDoo travels through a maze of deceit seeking a motive for Mary’s action.
Sweeties: Tracy hasn’t left the house in two years. Her sister, Jen’s had enough and buys a one-way ticket across the world. As Jen tells Tracy she’s leaving, a twist of fate blows life’s chasm wide open for them both. A dark comedy with twists and turns that’ll have you on the edge of your seat.
Running time is 2 hrs and 20 mins including interval and post-show discussion.
This production is accompanied by an exhibition which will be displayed on the first floor foyer, included in the ticket price.
Also included, a post show debate follow each performance as part of IMAGINE! Belfast Festival of Ideals and Politics.
Sweeties contains strong language.
Under 16yrs must be accompanied by an adult.