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Jun 09 2016
FRIED EGGS, a bizarre love story about two unusual sisters and one very understanding man, written by Lindsay J Sedgwick and starring Karen Connell, comes to the Town Hall studio next week.
Staged by Dublin's Moonstone Productions in conjunction with Galway’s Dodo Theatre, it tells the story of Eloise, who spends her life consoling men her sister Lulu has slept with and then dumped. If Lulu could only be a little more inhibited, it might make Eloise’s life easier. When Eloise loses her job because of Lulu, the last thing she wants is to meet her sister’s latest conquest, Brendan. Yet Brendan might be the one person who can make everything right.
This funny, lyrical and quirky play shows the ups and downs of life and love and the importance of accepting all the different parts of yourself however unusual they may be. Fried Egg’s three characters are all portrayed by Karen Connell and ahead of the play’s Galway run she talked to me about its themes and content. She first describes the relationship between Eloise and Lulu.
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