Misterman

BY ENDA WALSH
21 July 2017 — 29 July 2017

…sin has become our religion, greed our communion and Evil… Evil is our God.

Blasphemy, shameless flirting, deceit, excessive drinking, arrogance and laziness. Inishfree is immersed in evil and only Thomas Magill can see it.

Enda Walsh’s play takes a stark look at the unspoken side of rural life and the isolated mind of a man on a mission in an exhilarating solo performance.

His previous plays include Ballyturk, The New Electric Ballroom and The Walworth Farce. He wrote the book for the musicals Once and David Bowie’s Lazarus.

Directed by Grace Vaughan

Running time approx 75 minutes

Part of the MA Directors' Festival
A festival of plays directed by students from the first year of the Orange Tree Theatre and St Mary’s University’s MA in Theatre Directing. Find out more

All tickets £7.50

21 July 8.30pm
25 July 7.00pm
27 July 8.30pm
29 July 4.00pm

With thanks to The Fenton Arts Trust for supporting the designer of this production.