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There is now a play about Copper Face Jacks

And indeed the mating rituals which can be discovered inside.

Image: Facebook/CoppersUncovered

CAN’T GET ENOUGH Copper Face Jacks action in the nightclub itself?

Good news!  The venue is now featuring in its very own play.

Coppers Uncovered had its first run in April, but is returning to theatres around Dublin for another series of performances from this Saturday.

The play is apparently a…

…journey through a night out as ‘David Attenborough’ examines the mating rituals of the Irish.

According to the synopsis, Coppers Uncovered sees ‘Attenborough’ follow four ‘lads’ on a night out, as they attempt to make a move on some ladies.

The show promises lots of laughs, and gets bonus points for inviting people to ‘come for the ride’.  We see what you did there.

Coppers Revealed will be on the July 6th in the Sean O Casey Theatre, East Wall, on July 10th and 11th in the Axis, Ballymun, and from July 15th-20th in the Players Theatre, Trinity College.

For details of how to get tickets, check out the Facebook page here.

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