Kind Words Spoken

John O’Donovan’s debut play offers a rare and refreshing look at a gay relationship that is working class … The dialogue pops and crackles with rude affection… ‘If We Got Some More Cocaine…’ is a reminder that prejudices regarding sexual orientation, but also race and class, will never shift overnight Time Out

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IARA Awards 2017 WINNER Best Playwright

IARA Awards 2017 Nominated for Best Director 

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Off West End Awards Nominated for Best Male Performance

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If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You

Dates: 16 Jan - 03 Feb

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €14 - €16

Previews: 16, 17, Jan €12
Matinees: 20, 27 Jan, 03 Feb 3pm €12

Ennis. Halloween. There’s a party to get to and Mikey and Casey have everything they need…. Booze. Cash. Drugs. Each other.

The only problem is they’re stuck. Stuck on a roof. Stuck together. And as they wait for the guards to stop circling the house, they find out there are some truths you can’t climb down from.

A raucous and unlikely romantic drama, twenty feet up.

 

 

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Writer: John O’Donovan
Director: Tom Martin
Movement Director: Sue Mythen

Set and Costume Designer: Georgia de Grey
Lighting Designer: Derek Anderson
Associate Lighting Designer: Sheila Murphy
Sound Design and Composition: Jon McLeod
Cast: Alan Mahon and Josh Williams
Original Casting by: Verity Naughton
Production Manager: Eoin Kilkenny
Producer: Alan Mahon

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