O Go My Man
Direction Max Stafford-Clark Design: Es Devlin Costume Design: Emma Williams Lighting: Johanna Town Sound: Gareth Fry Cast: Denise Gough, Sam Graham, Paul Hickey, Susan Lynch, Gemma Reeves, Aoife McMahon, Mossie Smith, Ewan Stewart. 'You were supposed to love me. You said it in front of sixty of our friends and family. Even my father cried.' Neil's come a long way from the Armagh Observer. But he's still restless. Back from Sudan with a head full of nightmares, he takes a hammer to his life. O GO MY MAN is set in contemporary Dublin: do-gooding celebrity chefs, twelve kinds of latte and a thousand Eastern European immigrants to pour them. The characters have enough trouble negotiating their own lives let alone a crisis unfolding in the wider world. With a mix of raw emotion and surreal humour - is love really all you need - or is it just a distraction? Stella Feehily's debut DUCK was co-produced by Out of Joint and the Royal Court. Other writing includes GAME (a short play for Fishamble Theatre Company) and SHE WAS WEARING A BLUE DRESS (Amnesty/Fishamble). "delightful a sharp-eyed, keen-eared piece of writing" Daily Telegraph [DUCK] Supported by JERWOOD NEW PLAYWRIGHTS "+www.outofjoint.co.uk+": www.outofjoint.co.uk Touring: Cambridge Arts Theatre; Nuffield Southampton; Birmingham Rep, Gardner Arts Centre, Brighton; Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells; Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford and Bolton Octagon.
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