It all began with the child.
Following the sensational success of their first two operas, The Last Hotel and The Second Violinist, Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh join forces once again on the final instalment in their explosive trilogy of suburban horror.
The production brings together a world-class creative team with a cast of five singers, an actor, a dancer, a small children’s choir and Crash Ensemble, to imagine a terrifying story of lost innocence—a baby on a beach—and the sea.
For ages 16+. Contains loud noises, strobe lighting, abuse, violence,
This production is funded by an Opera Projects and Production
Award from The Arts Council.
Kindly supported by The Irish Times.
Tickets are sold using pod seating of predetermined sizes.
Composed by Donnacha Dennehy
Libretto & Directed by Enda Walsh
Conducted by Ryan McAdams
Choreography: Emma Martin
Set Design: Jamie Vartan
Lighting Design: Adam Silverman
Video Design: Jack Phelan
Costume Design: Joan O’Clery
Sound Design: David Sheppard
Ensemble Crash Ensemble
Image Credit: Jack Phelan
"Exhilarating blend of opera, theatre and film … extraordinary … thrilling" The Second Violinist The Guardian★ ★ ★ ★ ★
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On demand 10-23 Oct
75 mins., no interval.
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