Kind Words Spoken

Winner of the Meyer-Whitworth Award and the Stewart Parker Trust BBC Radio Drama Award “Funny, powerful and emotionally violent” Culture NI

Rough Magic presents



Dates: 11 Feb - 28 Feb

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €16 - €14 (All tickets 16 February just €10)

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David Ireland, a new voice in Irish drama, makes his Dublin debut with this award-winning, exhilarating black comedy about two sisters reunited.

What would you do if your long-lost sister reappeared on the first day of your new job? It’s day one of Northern Ireland’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Sandra is preparing to take her seat on the committee when her estranged sister Teeni bursts into the room. Is this a terrorist attack or just Teeni’s way of announcing her return? Horrified, Sandra drags her into a disused room. With the press and the police waiting to invade, the two sisters must quickly find a way to unlock their shared past.

“Your family is everything. You know that as well as I do. Without your family you’re nothing.

We haven’t been a family for a long time.

And look at us. Look at us.”

Post-Show Discussion
Tuesday 17 February
Paula Shields (The Works, RTÉ) will host a conversation between playwright David Ireland and the cast of Everything Between Us.

A series of panel discussions running in conjunction with Everything Between Us
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Duration 65 min (no interval)

Suitable ages 16+

Contains strong language

Writer: David Ireland
Director: Sophie Motley
Cast: Stacey Gregg, Abigail McGibbon
Set & Costume Designer: Sarah Bacon
Lighting Designer: Sarah Jane Shiels
Production Manager: Rob Furey
Stage Manager: Stephanie Ryan

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