When to see it
The Lonesome West by Martin McDonagh
Leenane, Galway, West of Ireland. Two brothers trapped together in the old family home after their old man’s unfortunate death. Valene and Coleman pass the days bickering over crisps and figurines while annoying the bejaysus out of each other.
Father Welsh tries to bring some light to their lives but he’s not so good at that sort of thing. You get the feeling that there will be more funerals for the neighbours before the week is out. They’ll only show up if there are vol-au-vents.
In a departure from The Court’s usual big scouse comedies, The Lonesome West is a classic black comedy that will shock and amuse. Martin McDonagh (writer & director of hit film In Bruges) finds humour in bleak situations, looking hard at life and death in a small town.
“Darkly comic” The Stage
Confirmed cast: Kieran Cunningham, Alan Devally, Paul Duckworth and Anne O'Riordan
Written by Martin McDonagh, Directed by Robert Farquhar, Designed by Olivia Du Monceau
Audio Described Performance on 10 May, BSL Performance on 9 May. Please call Box Office to book or email email@example.com
Age advisory 16+ strong language and some disturbing themes.
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Circle and balcony will open at 7.30pm. There are bars in both areas for pre-show and interval drinks.
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