Kind Words Spoken

“Not everyone will indulge him, but outsiders don’t play by the rules.” Irish Times on Martin Sharry “…bravely inhabits the spaces between many worlds including those of theatre, poetry, prose and performance arts … its effect lingers long after you’ve left the theatre.” Irish Examiner on Martin Sharry

Martin Sharry

Theatre

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Dates: 25 Nov - 29 Nov

Show Time: 8.15pm

Tickets: €14.00 - €12.00 - €10.00 (All tickets 27 November are 2 for €15! | Earlybird - Book before 18 November and save 25%)

Neil has quit his job and taken to the drink.

His wife Sheila is having an affair with their lodger Alan.

Neil (helped by Youtube) has a revelation.

Fast forward five years and Neil and Sheila are back together and have a five-year-old son. A familiar face reappears and questions are raised.

How will this love triangle play out?
What would you do to get by?
And is what you see what you get?

Martin Sharry is a writer, performer and theatre maker. He comes from Inisheer, the Aran Islands and is based in Dublin. He has been involved in theatre since 2008 when he attained a Masters in Drama and Theatre Studies at NUI Galway. In 2010 he co-founded Side-Show Productions with Dick Walsh and Zita Monahan. Martin’s own show I Am Martin Sharry was presented in Dublin Fringe in 2012.

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Suitable ages 12+

Contains strong language

Running time: 55 min

Written and Directed by Martin Sharry
Lighting by Eoin Winning
Cast: Timmy Creed, Rebecca Guinnane and Barry O’Connor

Photo credit: Jose Miguel Jimenez

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