MIRARI Productions as part of Tiger Dublin Fringe presents



Dates: 06 Sep - 13 Sep

Show Time: 9.00pm

Tickets: €11 - €15

Dates: 8 – 13 September

Preview: 6 -7 September

“Somewhere new. Somewhere new and wonderful. Somewhere we’ll visit together some day.”

Jack is stressed. It’s Christmas in his new London home.

An old pal is bringing her overbearing boyfriend to visit. And his Irish Catholic parents are about to meet his own boyfriend for the first time.

Memories and tensions are bubbling to the surface but Jack has an escape plan.

Sort of.

From the company behind hit show In Dog Years I’m Dead (Stewart Parker Trust Award 2014), this new play examines what three couples risk when striving for happiness as they clash over pasts, presents and futures.


Running time: 75 min


Developed in association with the Abbey Theatre and Old Vic New Voices (London)


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