What’s the worst lie you’ve told? How bad was it? And how far would you go to keep it a secret?
Tom is a charismatic people-pleaser, an expert in empathy, but someone who struggles with the truth. Join him in this hilariously honest true story as he seeks to exorcise ghosts, confess his deepest secrets and somehow un-f*ck his future. As Tom begs the question, if I never lied again and was just myself, would any of my loved ones still love me?
Winner of the Fishamble New Writing Award.
‘The most searingly honest and moving show of the year’ ★★★★★ The Arts Review
Catch this smash hit Irish show ahead of their run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
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Written and Performed by Tom Moran
Direction and Dramaturgy by Davey Kelleher
Stage Managed by Lora Hartin
Lighting Design by Colin Doran
Sound Design by Aoife Kavanagh
Produced by Lisa Nally
Image by Ste Murray
Tom Moran is an actor and writer from Co, Meath.
Tom’s most recent play, Tom Moran is a Big Fat Filthy Disgusting Liar, debuted at the Dublin Fringe Festival in 2022 where it won The Fishamble New Writing Award, receiving five star reviews across the board, making audiences laugh and cry. Following it’s sold out run, the play is touring to Project Arts Centre, Lyric Belfast, Civic Tallaght, Set Theatre Kilkenny and The Edinburgh Fringe.
Onscreen, Tom has just wrapped filming on The Christmas Break, a new romantic comedy film, starring alongside Justin Long (Dodgeball) and India Mullen (Normal People). Onstage, Tom recently starred in Staging the Treaty (ANU Productions), Copper Face Jacks: The Musical (The Olympia Theatre) and West Side Story (Bord Gais Energy Theatre).
Tom is currently working with Deadpan Pictures on a TV adaptation of his most recent play and is currently developing multiple projects with his agents at Curtis Brown. Keep in touch on Twitter and Instagram: @tmoran93
“One of the best theatrical experiences of 2022” – The Arts Review, 2022 in review
The most searingly honest show of the year… When Moran opens up, every atom in the room holds its breath” The Arts Review ★★★★★
“Moran’s deeply personal and vulnerable storytelling tapped into universal experiences in an unforgettable way” – Paste Magazine
With support from The Arts Council
Project Arts Centre is proudly supported by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council.
This show contains strong language and discussion of disordered eating and mental health issues.
Suitable for audiences age 14+