Shaun Dunne’s impressively bleak new play is set in an inner-city Dublin that appears to be falling apart. Black sacks of rubbish keep crashing to the ground and nobody comes to take them away.
Residents complain that their community has gone to the dogs, and rats and giant herons run rampant through the disgusting debris.
Against this apocalyptic backdrop, age-old domestic dramas play out. Gary (Alan Mahon) is a cocky young charmer who...
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