Fishamble's production of Olivier-Award winner Pat Kinevane's new play 'Underneath' comes to Townhall on 28th May.
Sticks and stones didn’t break her bones, but words and pointing crushed her.
Is beauty really only skin deep?
Does ugliness hide somewhere deeper?
Following the runaway international success of Forgotten and Silent, Fishamble brings Olivier Award-winner Pat Kinevane’s third solo play, ‘Underneath’, directed by Jim Culleton, to Townhall Cavan on Saturday, 28th May.
This stunning play is a blackly comic, rich and vivid tale of a life lived in secret, a testament to the people who live on the fringes, under the nose of everyday life. It explores the surface, and what lies underneath.
‘brilliant…striking…excellent…almost a masterpiece’ – Irish Times
‘a charming and engaging ninety minutes…Kinevane is a virtuoso performer…a delightful experience.’ – Irish Independent
‘skillfully crafted…fabulously choreographed…impeccable sound and lighting…visually exciting’ – Sunday Times
‘intensely physical performance…(Kinevane’s) most powerful work yet…beautifully presented’ – Sunday Business Post
‘an extraordinary piece of one-man theatre… hilarious… a thoroughly entertaining 90 minutes’ – Irish Mail on Sunday
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