Sat 1 July

Fishamble: The New Play Company presents

‘Hopeless, helpless, in-the-way person’ 

Written and performed by Pat Kinevane
Directed by Jim Culleton
Composed by Denis Clohessy
Produced by Eva Scanlan 


WINNER of Fringe First, Herald Angel, and Argus Angel Awards 

Homeless McGoldrig once had splendid things. But he has lost it all - including his mind. He now dives into the wonderful wounds of his past through the romantic world of Rudolph Valentino, in this brave, bold, beautiful production.  Olivier Award-winning Silent has had huge international success from Los Angeles to Edinburgh, and from New York to Melbourne, wowing audiences and critics alike.  

‘passionate one-man show… stunning…carefully wrought production…Mr. Kinevane [is] an artist of the theater.’
Ben Brantley, The New York Times 

‘a must-see if ever there was one’
The List 

‘unflinching, intensely physical performance...bristling with black humour'
The Scotsman 

'dazzling theatricality'
The Guardian 

‘a striking performance under Jim Culleton’s effective direction... pulses with the erratic noise of life’
Irish Times 

'sparkles with unsettling intensity and physicality...morbidly, perceptive direction...GO'
LA Weekly 

'Krapp's Last Tape as reimagined by Madonna'
LA Times 

‘engrossing from first to last…vital and entertaining…blarney that bubbles up from the gutter…mesmerising’
Sydney Morning Herald 

Fishamble: The New Play Company is an internationally acclaimed, multi-award winning company dedicated to the discovery, development and production of new work for the theatre. Recent productions include Mainstream by Rosaleen McDonagh, Inside the GPO by Colin Murphy staged in the GPO at Easter 2016, Tiny Plays for Ireland and America at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC and Irish Arts Center in New York, award-winning Little Thing, Big Thing by Donal O’Kelly on tour internationally, and multi award-winning Underneath also by Pat Kinevane.  

‘Ireland’s terrific Fishamble’ (Guardian, 2015) is funded by the Arts Council and Dublin City Council. Its international touring is supported by Culture Ireland. 

Running time: 95 minutes 

Age recommendation: 14+, some mild language



No Galleries Found


No Videos Found