Moya Doherty and Pat Moylan present

Michael and Me

Dates: 26 Mar - 13 Apr

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €18-20 (Preview and Matinee €16)

Previews: 26 – 27 March, 7.45pm
Matinees: March 30, April 6 and April 13, 3pm

I wondered how the other hopeless alien cases were getting on.  Did they ache with a pain inside of things not done and did they ache for someone or some comfort.”

In the summer of 2006 Scut Kelly, a part time bouncer in a midland town, is at his lowest ebb.

At the same time, his all time hero, pop icon Michael Jackson, is hidden away in the Irish midlands to get away from all the controversy and make music.

When their worlds collide an unlikely alliance forms – Just try explaining Podge and Rodge, Brian Cowen, and the jumbo breakfast roll to a living pop legend!

But just as their friendship blossoms old demons threaten to derail it.

Michael and Me is a funny, poignant story about learning how to live again when you had completely forgotten how.

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Duration: 1hr 20mins

Directed by Jim Nolan
Designed by Brian Mitchell
Performed by Cillian Ó Gairbhí

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