VINCENT RIVER

Dates: 21 Aug - 21 Aug

Tickets: €16

VINCENT RIVER

Davey and Anita were always destined to meet.

He’s a teenager who saw something he that he just can’t forget.

She’s a middle aged woman forced to flee her flat, the home she’s lived in all her adult life. Both of them perfect strangers – until today.

Two lives connected forever by a dark by a secret …the secret of Vincent River.

A shocking tale of love, loss and the road to redemption.

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There will be a post show discussion following the performance on 11 August.

What the critics thought:

Read the full review from the Irish Independent here.

“…a good evenings theatre that you will not forget, everybody should see it…” Arena, RTE Radio

“…a truly compelling theatre experience that’s not to be missed…” Le Cool

4 Stars ****

“…terrific performances…”

Metro

“…shockingly good – Ridley’s best play…” The Irish Times

“Philip Ridley’s dark and blisteringly honest exploration of a homophobic murder is a riveting ninety minutes of theatre:” The Guardian

Suitable ages 16+. Contains strong language and sexual references.

11 AUG – Post Show Discussion

VINCENT RIVER

BY PHILIP RIDLEY

DIRECTED BY SOPHIE MOTLEY

CAST: ELEANOR METHVEN & KERR LOGAN

DESIGNER: STUART MARSHALL

LIGHTING DESIGNER: SARAH JANE SHIELS

SOUND DESIGNER: PHILIP STEWART

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