Trees Rd. Productions presents



Dates: 25 Jun - 28 Jun

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €15 - €13 (All tickets 24 June just €10!)

Rarely performed in Ireland, this contemporary one act musical tracks the five-year relationship between Jamie, a rising novelist, and Cathy, a struggling actress.

The Last Five Years tells the story of these two 20-somethings who fall in love – and out of it again – over the course of a five year relationship. An emotionally powerful and intimate story written by Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown, it looks at a young couple’s hope that their love can stand the test of time. The show’s unconventional structure sees Jamie telling his side of the tale in chronological order, while Cathy relives the relationship backwards, with both stories intersecting in the middle – on their wedding day.

It is an intensely personal examination of the rise and fall of a relationship, and the many roles we play when falling in and out of love.



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Contains strong language

Cast & Creative Team:

Jamie: Rob Bannon
Cathy: Amy O’Dwyer

Director: Christopher Collins
MD: Dan Forde
Lighting/set design: Zia Holly
Costume: Orla Long

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