Four characters, four lost souls, searching for a version of home. Adapted by Donal Ryan, the cast and Andrew Flynn. Directed by Andrew Flynn.
Wed 6 - Fri 8 July Nenagh Arts Centre.
Sat 9 - Sun 24 July Nun’s Island Theatre, Galway International Arts Festival.
Three acclaimed writers reflect on the unsettling genius of David Harrower's play after attending a performance in Limerick's Belltable theatre. Edel Coffey chairs a video conversation with Sarah Moore Fitzgerald and Donal Ryan.
Fifteen years ago, Una and Ray had a relationship. They haven’t set eyes on each other since. Now, years later she is an adult… and she’s found him again.
Writers Lisa McInerney and Donal Ryan, reflect on the nature of small Irish towns, gossip and truth, identity and community, in Eden by Eugene O’Brien. Video discussion curated and introduced by Dani Gill.
The Irish divorce rate is at an all time high. Why? After a performance of EDEN, 3 panelists discuss relationships and the Irish way of marriage. Kate Gunn, author of 'Untying the Knot, How to Consciously Uncouple in the Real World', Peter McNamara, journalist and editor of 'Holy Show' Arts & Culture magazine and Maeve Fitzgerald, actor from the show, use the play as a jumping off point.
Eden is the powerful story of an ordinary relationship on an extraordinary weekend. Billy and Breda are approaching their 10th wedding anniversary. Breda is determined that this will be the weekend that saves their marriage. But Billy is more concerned with Imelda, the beautiful young woman he has his eye on. From the writer of hit RTÉ drama Pure Mule, Eden is a story of stale love and fresh lust
What's the second-best hangman in England to do on the day they've abolished hanging? Amongst his sycophantic regulars, dying to hear pub owner Harry's reaction to the news, a peculiar stranger lurks, with a very different motive for his visit. A cracking comic thriller, complete with petty, roundabout dialogue and a series of startling U-turns.
The recent World premiere dramatisation of Kevin Barry's acclaimed short story collection that chronicled the uncertainty and absurdity of life in the towns and the cities of a rapidly changing Ireland.