Theatre

LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF HENRY VAN DYKE

Thursday 24 February 2022

What do men talk about when left to their own devices? Using the premise of two ordinary men with very different approaches to the world and how they can make their mark creatively, this two-man play takes the audience on a journey which invites a questioning of how we all see art.

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Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £10.00
On the door £12.00

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What do men talk about when left to their own devices? Using the premise of two ordinary men with very different approaches to the world and how they can make their mark creatively, this two-man play takes the audience on a journey which invites a questioning of how we all see art.

The woods would be very silent if no birds sang except those that sang best.”

A play about nothing and everything, for anyone who has ever yearned to create and imagine.

This is about men who aren’t particularly interested in football or cars, aren’t into gaming, and aren’t very successful with women…

Two ordinary men, exchanging anecdotes and insults… they might get around to discussing and planning a play. The play might even be good. If only they could agree on what story to tell and how to tell it. After all, why not?

★★★★★ “Sublime Performances from Nathan Wright and Niall Murphy”

Theatre Weekly

Presented by Freebird Theatre in association with Droichead Arts Centre, Drogheda, Co. Louth, Ireland and Anderson Shelter Productions. Performed by Nathan Wright and Niall Murphy.

A play by Karrim Jalalli- Directed by Joy Harrison