One Duck Presents

Performance

FLIGHTS by John O'Donovan

Dates: 21 Jan - 08 Feb

Show Time: 3pm & 7.45pm

Tickets: €15-19

On a dark and stormy night, Barry, Cusack and Pa gather again for the anniversary of their childhood friend Liam – killed in a road accident when they were seventeen.

Expecting a crowd and tearing into the cans, the three slowly realise they’re the only ones coming. Caught in the wake of their lingering grief, they confront their receding youth, their uncertain futures, and the ghost that has held them together.

Award-winning writer John O’Donovan revisits rural Ireland for this haunting, hilarious new play about bereavement, brotherhood and breaking away from your past.

Here for three weeks only before transferring to London, the team behind the smash-hit If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You return to Project Arts Centre.

“A real treat… hugely satisfying and entertaining” – Irish Independent on If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You.
“A gifted writer” – Irish independent on Sink.


Supported by the Arts Council.

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