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29 Jun to 8 Jul 2021
Jermyn Street Theatre
Image courtesy Jermyn Street Theatre
"I've always been a good liar. If you have a skill, you have to hone it."
People keep telling Catriona that she's not very well.
She disagrees, but appreciates their concern.
Admittedly, she does have a history of making stuff up, but she's getting better.
However, when she meets an attractive American tourist, she decides to show him round her small Northern Irish town.
And soon she's introducing him to a world of cannibals, atrocities committed by the English, and the largest orgy ever held in Ireland on consecrated ground...
Background information, advisory warnings
Age suitability: Not available
Award-winning director Fay Lomas (Out of the Dark, Rose Theatre Kingston; Hunger, Arcola), directs this new piece by Eoin McAndrew (Internet Boy (1999-Present), Living Newspaper, Royal Court; BBC Comedy Room 2020).
Festival: This show is part of Footprints Festival.
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London SW1Y 6ST
Performance days & times
Tuesday 29 June 7.30pm
Friday 2 July 9.30pm
Thursday 8 July 7.30pm
TICKET BAND C:
£12 to £19 (In theatre)
£9 to ££15 (At home)
Author: Eoin McAndrew
Director: Fay Lomas