Corcadorca and Eat My Noise present How These Desperate Men Talk by Enda Walsh

Corcadorca :: Eat My Noise :: Kinsale Arts Festival
Graepel Metal Perforation Factory

19–27 September 9pm and 11pm
- Times vary

(60min 16+)

Closing Time: 00:00
Tickets €22/17.50 (conc.)

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Corcadorca again prove themselves a salient force in Irish theatre

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Corcadorca and Eat My Noise in association with Kinsale Arts Festival present

the Irish premiere of

How These Desperate Men Talk

A play by Enda Walsh

Director – Pat Kiernan

Associate Directors – Peter Power and David Duffy

Sound Design – Eat My Noise

John and Dave viagra for sale are dissecting the details of a childhood memory in search of the truth. But why? What act has led them here, to this point? And what are the consequences of finding it?

Hailed by The Guardian as ‘a truly original theatrical voice’, Enda Walsh (Ballyturk, Bedbound, Misterman) is a multi award winning Irish playwright.

A special collaboration between site-specific theatre pioneers Corcadorca Theatre Company and composers Eat My Noise, this unique promenade performance will take you on an unforgettable journey through memory, truth and fraternity. A dark, immersive melding of theatre and music, the show plays out deep inside the Graepal Metal Perforation Factory in Kinsale, late night throughout Kinsale Arts Festival this September.

It marks a highly anticipated return to large-scale site-specific work for Corcadorca, whose now infamous production of Eugene O’Neill’s The Hairy Ape was staged in a warehouse in Cork’s docklands in 2008. The company first worked with Walsh in the mid nineties on his critically acclaimed play Disco Pigs, which won a Critics Award at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, before going on to tour Europe, Canada and Australia. Audio compositors Eat My Noise’s electro-percussive work Moiety premiered at Cork Midsummer Festival last year to critical acclaim before touring to FIERCE Festival in Birmingham. Having composed and performed an outdoor operetta entitled The Spindle for Big House festival in 2013, this will be the biggest production to date for this highly prolific company.

Enda Walsh said: “It’s a real thrill for me to have Corcadorca produce How cheap viagra These Desperate Men Talk. I will forever be tied to this great company who continue to provoke and excite their audience with Pat Kiernan’s rigorous, brilliant direction. I can’t wait to see it.”

A dark, ambitious melding of theatre and music, How These Desperate Men Talk will take the audience on an unforgettable journey through memory, truth and fraternity.

Please note this buy viagra is a promenade performance and comfortable footwear is advised. Part of this performance is outdoors, and audience members should prepare for the weather accordingly. The journey to the venue involves some mildly strenuous walking – those less mobile should contact the box office to discuss alternative arrangements.

Group discounts available for large groups. Contact the Box Office for more information.

Corcadorca is supported by

Cork City Council


Please note that the meeting point for How These Desperate Men Talk by Enda Walsh has changed.

Ticket holders are requested to meet outside the Graepal Metal Perforation Factory 10 mins before the advertised start of the show. For those who have not collected their tickets in advance, you will be able to collect your tickets at the venue. The box office in town will be closed at 6pm.
There is strictly no parking at the venue. Your nearest free car parking is at the Mill or on Pier Road.

When walking from town, please allow a minimum 15-20 mins journey time to the venue.

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