2 childhood friends try to reconnect at a festival. Once inseparable, adult life has changed them. After things spiral beyond anything they could have imagined, one is left to pick up the pieces and make a decision on what is right.
Cast and Creatives
Oisín Robbins is a theatre-maker from Offaly. Since winning an ISDA Award for Best New Writing in 2015 he has written for a number of projects, including an adaptation of The Little Prince at Galway Theatre Festival, co-writing HOME with Fregoli Theatre, and King of Cats, produced by The New Theatre for the Fight Back Festival in 2020. Oisín is a recipient of the Arts Council’s Agility Award for 2021 which will support the writing of a new play. He is also the founder of Beluga Theatre and writes plays for young audiences, including Marty Moncrieff, The Teddy Bear Thief, Space Eggsplorers, and BORDERS, an international collaboration with artists from Korea and Singapore. Oisín has also been developing a socio-historical play called My Wardrobe is My Home in partnership with Struer Museum in Denmark and with support from Creative Europe, Dublin Fringe Festival, Town Hall Theatre Galway and The Pavillion Theatre’s Studio Space Award. He is also an actor, director and theatre facilitator and is a member of Fregoli Theatre, based in Galway.
Hilary Bowen-Walsh is a graduate of the Advanced Screen Training programme at Bow Street and has a first class honours degree in Drama and Theatre studies and French from University College Cork including a year at the Université Sorbonne-Nouvelle, Paris. She recently performed ‘Me, Mollser’ streaming with the Abbey Theatre Dublin. Last year she was awarded Best Ensemble at the Irish Times Theatre Awards for her work on ‘The Travels of Jonathan Swift’ by Conall Morrison. Screen credits include ‘Bonsoir Luna’ which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, ‘The Betrayal’ with Driftwood Doll films, ‘The Writer’ with Cantillon Films, ‘Jack Taylor’ for Telegael and ‘Resistance’ for RTÉ. Theatre credits include ‘Play’ by Beckett, and ‘Alice in Wonderland’ with Blue Raincoat Theatre Co., ‘Dorchadas Draíochta’ with Graffiti Theatre Co., ‘The Watchmaker’ ballet at the Olympia and Swiss tour, ‘Tiny Shows’ at the So & So Arts Club, London, the Irish premiere of ‘Cleansed’, ‘Adaptations de Musset’ at the Grand Palais, Paris, ‘Dradin, in Love’ at the Galway Theatre Festival, and ‘The Dream Play’ with the National Youth Theatre.
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Tickets €15 for 3 plays