Project Arts Centre presents



Dates: 12 May - 12 May

Tickets: €15

“The play of the decade” – The Spectator

On a wintry night in London, a wealthy man knocks on the door of a shabby flat. A woman answers. Once they were lovers. They haven’t seen each other for three years. What will happen now?

Skylight is an exhilarating, impassioned, intellectual firecracker of a play from one of the greatest playwrights in the English language. It is, above all, a love story.

“A dramatist of the first rank is writing at full stretch, in complete command of his material, undogmatic but unafraid, unforgiving but compassionate.” – Sunday Times

“Magnificent” – New York Post

“Splendid! Devastatingly clear-sighted and compassionate … theatre-going today doesn’t get much better than this.”

– The New York Times

“An exhilarating experience” – The Guardian

Directed by Michael Caven

Designed by Joe Vane

kLighting by Rupert Murray

Starring Cathy Belton, Michael FitzGerald and Owen Roe

In partnership with the British Council, Ireland.

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