We are delighted that after being our first show to sell out an entire run before the first performance, and returning due to popular demand, Lockout played once more to packed houses.
Thank you to everyone who came to see the show.
Praise for Lockout:
“For a more personal take on the lockout and a realisation of the full impact this time had on working class Dublin, Lockout provides a sensitive and moving account of one person’s experiences which in reality accounts for the experiences of thousands.” – qualitywaffle.ie
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“Lockout is Irish theatre at its most vital” – entertainment.ie
“Lockout describes exactly what it claims to do, and due to its abundance of historically accurate facts, functions well not only as a piece of theatre but as a very entertaining summary of one of the worst periods in Dublin’s history.” – Ciara Murphy, The Public Reviews
” ‘Lockout’ packs a punch…the contrast between the declamatory Larkin and Connolly and the domestic yet defiant Ellen make for a fascinating and tragic portrait of life of those fateful months a century ago. This short play has a short run – try and see it while you can.”
– Dan O’Neill, No More Workhorse
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This play is part of Dublin: One City One Book and is presented with the assistance
of Dublin UNESCO City of Literature