By Blue Raincoat
THE POOR MOUTH
Bónapárt Ó Cúnasa, is a resident of Corkadoragha – a remote region of Gaelic speaking Ireland where it never stops raining and where everyone lives in desperate poverty (and always will). Having embarked on a series of blood curdling adventures, Bónapárt has landed up in prison on a false murder charge. “Safe in jail and free from the miseries of life” he begins to write the most affecting memoir of our times
This production sees Blue Raincoat Theatre Company complete a trilogy of original stage adaptations by Jocelyn Clarke, of the major novels of Flann OBrien. The companys world premier of The Poor Mouth occurs fittingly enough during the centenary month of ONolans birth. Blue Raincoats existing stage adaptations of At Swim-Two-Birds (2007) and The Third Policeman (2009), continue to garner international acclaim and touring success…
Blue Raincoat come as a welcome reminder that the human imagination knows no bounds … a completely surreal belly-laugh
Joyce McMillan Scotsman reviewing At Swim-Two-Bird
Postshow discussion with Director Niall Henry and cast – 15 Nov
REAL DEAL – 14 Nov – All Tickets 16
Performance Dates, Tickets and Information
12 – 24 NOV 2012 ~ Tickets
20/18/16 (Earlybird – book before 5 Nov & save 25%)
Matinee, 24 Nov, 3pm
Postshow discussion with Director Niall Henry and cast – 15 Nov Duration: 90 mins
Suitable ages 7+
*Concession tickets are available, with valid identification, to Students, Senior Citizens, Equity Members and the Unwaged.
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THE POOR MOUTH
Written by Flann O Brien
Adapted for stage by Jocelyn Clarke
Features Blue Raincoat Ensemble: Ruth Lehane, John Carty, Ciaran McCauley, Nichola MaEvilly and Jean-Marie Perinetti
Director: Niall Henry
Design / Set Finishing: Jamie Vartan
Lighting Design: Barry McKinney
Stage Manager: Niamh Devaney
Sound Design / Multi Media: Joe Hunt
Make-up Artist: Sharon McCormac
kSet Construction: Tommy Devaney. F Sturges
Props and Costume Construction: We gratefully acknowledge the invaluable assistance of Ann Devaney and Ronald and Brigit Beemster