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‘exquisite ensemble performance' The Arts Review 

‘three of Irish theatre’s foremost performers’ Irish Examiner 

‘beautiful script … riveting’ Irish Mail on Sunday 

‘brilliantly subtle and utterly engrossing’ Sunday Business Post 

Landmark Productions Presents

Theatre

The Approach by Mark O’Rowe

Dates: 01 Feb - 24 Feb

Show Time: 7.30pm

Tickets: €25 - €35

Previews: 01,02,03, 05 Feb €25
Matinees: 10, 17, 24 Feb 2pm €25
Post Show Discussion: Monday 12 Feb with Mark O’Rowe and the cast
Duration: 65 mins, no interval

Listen carefully …

Three women.

Three conversations.

As the details of what they share begin to diverge, we realise that a subtle game of survival is being played.

Both psychological puzzle and quietly devastating tragedy, The Approach explores the inner lives of Anna, Cora and Denise as they desperately try to make sense of their world.

What will their conversations reveal? And what does each of them have to hide?

Starring three of Ireland’s leading actors: Cathy Belton, Derbhle Crotty and Aisling O’Sullivan, The Approach is Mark O’Rowe’s first new play since the smash hit Our Few and Evil Days.

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Following their previous collaboration with Howie the Rookie, which subsequently played at the Barbican in London and at BAM Next Wave in New York, Landmark Productions returns to Project Arts Centre with the world premiere of Mark O’Rowe’s emotional depth-charge of a play.

Mark O’Rowe is one of Ireland’s leading playwrights. His recent work includes the award-winning Our Few and Evil Days at the Abbey Theatre, and DruidShakespeare, his acclaimed adaptation of Shakespeare’s history plays for Druid Theatre Company. His feature film The Delinquent Season will be released early next year.

Post-show discussion: There will be a post-show discussion with writer Mark O’Rowe and the cast following the performance on Monday 12 February.

Writer and Director: Mark O’Rowe
Lighting Designer: Sinead McKenna

Funded through an Arts Council Theatre Project Award.

About the Company
Landmark Productions is one of Ireland’s leading theatre producers. Led by Anne Clarke, the company produces wide-ranging and ambitious work in Ireland and tours Irish work abroad.

Landmark’s recent work includes the world premieres of Woyzeck in Winter, adapted and directed by Conall Morrison, and Enda Walsh’s Arlington, Ballyturk and Misterman, all co-produced with Galway International Arts Festival; and two operas by Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh, both co-produced with Wide Open Opera, The Last Hotel and The Second Violinist.

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