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The action takes place in the household of Bridie and Willie Murphy, a couple who have fought the war of marriage, for over 30 years. A love story unlike any other! Wandering eyes, wandering feet, wandering hands.....It's all here! Scenes of nudity have been carefully left out in this saga of sex, drugs and deception. Join Bridie, Willie, Dick and Cynthia... Yes, Cynthia! As this tale of passion and intrigue unfolds. A play that was 16 years and 6 weeks in production. 16 years thinking about it and 6 weeks writing!
Conal Gallen in his very own Comedy play! Conal takes hishilarious humour to a whole new level in this side-splitting 2 Act comedy farce! Age guidance: 14+
Steve Johnston wrestles with compromises. Set across 4 separate stand-up gigs, this Faustian-style drama follows the choices of a comedian who could gain everything he wants, but may lose everything he has.
World Premiere. Contains String Language
Dr Stockmann attempts to expose a water pollution scandal in his home town - about to set itself up as a spa - but his brother conspires with newspapers and politicians to suppress the story. When Stockmann tries to put over his story at a public meeting he is reviled as an `enemy of the people'.
Thomas Ostermeier's potent adaptation is a mirror for our times set against a world of environmental and financial crises. Studded with contemporary political and musical references, the production builds to an explosive final act in which audiences are invited to join the debate. Performed in German with English surtitles. Age guidance: 14+. Running time: 2hrs 30mins/no interval.
Part of the Ulster Bank Belfast Festival at Queen's
Mrs Brown is excited because her son, Trevor, whom she has not seen in five years, has promised to pay a Christmas visit home. However, daughter Cathy returns from her trip to America with unwelcome news. But who will tell Mammy? Rory Brown is distraught because his partner, Dino, has tried to drown him, Mark and Betty do their best to keep everyone calm, while nobody is sure what to do about Winnie's big box or grandad's little hamster. Questions need answers, for instance Will Agnes get the Virgin Mary gig? What is Cathy's big secret? Which of the Browns is not a Brown? Why does grandad keep going out of the bedroom window? Why is Buster learning to be a penguin? What the feck is going on!?
Contains strong language.
Bertie, the Duke of York, was never meant to be King. Shy, fragile, afflicted with profound stuttering, his occasional public speeches were a torment to himself and worse to those forced to listen. When his older brother David, now Edward VIII, abdicates his throne in exchange for the bed of a twice divorced American with Nazi sympathies, Bertie s wife Elizabeth turns to a Harley Street speech therapist from Australia: Lionel Logue. What transpires in the privacy of Logue s consultation room is the heart of this drama. Can Bertie, the reluctant King, be ?cured to get through his Coronation, and even more daunting, speak via the BBC to anxious millions throughout the world, rallying the troops, a nation, and an Empire to defend democracy? At the crucial moment comes the disclosure that Logue is not what he seems. Carefully researched, this is the true story of a friendship that changed history.
A multi lingual science-fiction drama in Irish, English & Empirish. It's the year 2084 in a world where 'The Empire'reigns supreme. Most European languages are forbidden. In Belfast, Makaronik, the last woman standing, has been instructed to wrap up her archive and send back all remnants of the Irish language for 'storage'. Futuristic, yet rooted in an ancient tradition -think of Beckett's Endgame and Ridley Scott's Bladerunner, with just a hint of The Matrix.
T'was the night before Christmas the city is heavin' There's shoppin' and gurnin' and drinkin' and thievin'... It's a new time a new place a new police service. Two WPC's try to keep order amongst the mayhem that is a Belfast Christmas - it doesn't help that it's the last night on the beat for one of them - the first night for the other - and they can't find their land rover.
From the Olivier Award winning author that brought you Stones in His Pockets and the acclaimed team that brought you Night in November - Xmas Eve Can Kill You and Women on the Verge of HRT. It'd be a crime to miss it...
Danske Bank Stage
Based on Goldoni's 18th-century comedy The Servant of Two Masters. Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe, a small time East End hood, now in Brighton to collect £6,000 from his fiancee's dad. But Roscoe is really his sister Rachel posing as her own dead brother, who's been killed by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers. Holed up at The Cricketers' Arms, the permanently ravenous Francis spots the chance of an extra meal ticket and takes a second job with one Stanley Stubbers, who is hiding from the police and waiting to be re-united with Rachel. To prevent discovery, Francis must keep his two guvnors apart. Simple.
Set in the 1950s this powerful drama of 'arranged marriage' in rural Ireland...Set in County Kerry in the west of Ireland in which a scheming matchmaker and a bitter woman attempt to sell an innocent girl to a lecherous old man. Written in the 60s, this extraordinary morality tale of greed and bitterness and its powerful tragic consequences remains one of John B Keane's most popular plays.
Running time: 2hrs 30mins incl. interval
Sky Hawk is an intense and touching story of how protecting a rare bird forges a deep and special friendship between two young people. This mysterious adventure with live music and songs, fused with digital media, takes you on an incredible ecological journey that stretches from theUKtoAfrica.
In the dusty heat of a 1950s South African township, a young worker returns home to find his wife in bed with her lover. The lover escapes, leaving behind his suit. The only revenge the husband takes is to instruct his wife to treat the suit as an honoured guest. But how long can she endure this cruel and pitiless sentence?
Danske Bank Stage
Murphy's autobiographical play is based on the experiences of her own mother, who had 6 children by a married man who lived nearby with his own family in the 1950s. Maria Connolly purrs, struts, weeps and explodes around the stage in equal measure. Two Sore Legs combines humour, pain and joy; captured perfectly by Murphy's quick wit and energy this play is presented with style, strength and originality. This story will stay with you long after you've left the theatre.