From award-winning writer Christian O'Reilly (Sanctuary, The Good Father, Inside I’m Dancing), comes a ground-breaking new play inspired by the life of Spiddal-born Martin Naughton.
This is the heartfelt, hilarious, stereotype-shattering story of one man's anarchic quest for both justice and love.
Martin is an agitator. A disruptor. He's basically Michael Collins in a wheelchair. But what happens when your ‘special needs’ are love and anarchy, and will his fight for equality be derailed by dreams of lifelong love and distant shores?
Performances: 8pm, Tues – Friday*
Duration: 80 minutes, no interval
Age Guidance: 12+ (strong language)
Post-Show Talk: Members of the cast and playwright, Christian O’Reilly, in conversation after the performance on Thursday 29 Sept
Accessibility Note: There will be increased seating for wheelchair users, and their companions, and audio-described performances* will take place on Thurs 29 Sept & Fri 30 Sept for visually impaired. Both shows will include live ISL.
Writer: Christian O’Reilly
Director: Raymond Keane
Dramaturg & Disability Consultant: Peter Kearns