Éadaoin O'Donoghue’s play is a fierce parable, a Frankenstein fable, that’s as funny as it is terrifying. The adventures of a scroungy mongrel named Sharik, who in a gruesome scientific experiment, is turned into a man.
A vivid exploration of what it means to be human, and animal — with joy, pain, love, loss, faith, ecstasy, despair, sex, beauty, wickedness, music, dancing, humour, and cats.
An absurd and superbly comic odyssey.
For ages 15+
Funded by the Arts Council.
Tickets are sold on an unreserved seating basis, patrons will be informed of their seating allocation on arrival at the venue
Directed by John O'Brien
Set & Costume Design: Lisa Zagone
Choreography: Philip Connaughton
Lighting Design: Stephen Dodd
Sound Design: Peter Power
Music Composition: Peter Power & John O'Brien
Produced by Naomi Daly
29 Sept, 8pm
30 Sept– 3 Oct, 8pm
2 Oct, 3pm
95 mins. approx., no interval