Pan Pan Theatre was founded in 1993 by Aedin Cosgrove and Gavin Quinn. Up until now the Theatre has prepared a few interesting performances. In 1993, it presented the Man of Two Kisses and the Crystal Spider. In 1995, Miss Flic Flac in the Red Room, and a year later A Requiem for the Tailors. Followed by Peepshow and Cartoon. Peepshow is a magical play depicting sweet laziness of life. It is a history of four people living in a small house, ruled by conformism and ordinary events of the everyday life they also discover new corners of their existence. Their lives are not pretentious but they are tinged with ironic look upon the world. Sometimes the world seems to be too large to be contemplated so it is better to stay in the kitchen and eat toast. It is a play about fragility of human relations and everything that is connected with them.
The latest play Cartoon is a political satire based on the history of life and career of Benito Mussolini. It is a kind of visual theatre using the original animation designed by Dun Laoghaire College of Art, Design and Technology.