Neil's back from the Sudan, but with a mind full of nightmares he's taking a sledgehammer to his life. And that's without the problems of the wider world. Read More >
Stella Feehily’s new play is set in the contemporary Dublin of charity conscious celebrity chefs, more types of latte than you can shake an organic brownie at, and in influx of East European immigrants to serve them. Feehily blends unrefined emotion and surreal humour to ask ‘is love really all you need, or just a distraction from the big stuff?’
Neil’s back from the Sudan, but with a mind full of nightmares he’s taking a sledgehammer to his life. Is Sarah the one – or is she just new?
Feehily’s previous productions include She Was Wearing A Blue Dress, Game and Duck, her debut play, which was produced by the Royal Court and Out Of Joint.