Appropriate

Sorcha is queen bee of her small West of Ireland town and proud fiancé of ex-county hurling hero Marty. She LOVES weddings and has been dreaming of her big day since forever and ever…However she has just fled her own reception. Has she gone mad? Or is this the first moment of clarity she has had in years? Perched on the edge of her ‘perfectly planned’ life, Sorcha is pure ragin’ at the dawning reality that she has never really listened to herself. Can she ever go back?

Sarah-Jane Scott’s internationally award-winning and critically acclaimed debut Appropriate is on tour this Autumn – don’t miss it!

This performance is supported by The Arts Council of Ireland

“Smartly taps into the current zeitgeist: our insatiable obsession with weddings, and our hunger for funny stories about lovable, relatable country girls… one can’t help but be wooed by (Scott’s)self-depreciating, acutely observed tales of love and loss.” Sunday Times 

“….. supremely funny script, one woman’s wedding day opens up a Pandora’s box of existential doubt…riveting and irresistible…a delightful mini-masterpiece”The Arts Review ★★★★

***Winner Bairbre Dowling Spirit of the Festival Award 1st Irish Festival NYC 2020***
***Winner, Lustrum award Edinburgh Fringe 2019***
***Nominated, Bewley’s Little Gem Award Dublin Fringe Festival 2018***

Thursday 11th November I 8pm I €18/16

Sorcha is queen bee of her small West of Ireland town and proud fiancé of ex-county hurling hero Marty. She LOVES weddings and has been dreaming of her big day since forever and ever…However she has just fled her own reception. Has she gone mad? Or is this the first moment of clarity she has had in years? Perched on the edge of her ‘perfectly planned’ life, Sorcha is pure ragin’ at the dawning reality that she has never really listened to herself. Can she ever go back?

Sarah-Jane Scott’s internationally award-winning and critically acclaimed debut Appropriate is on tour this Autumn – don’t miss it!

This performance is supported by The Arts Council of Ireland

“Smartly taps into the current zeitgeist: our insatiable obsession with weddings, and our hunger for funny stories about lovable, relatable country girls… one can’t help but be wooed by (Scott’s)self-depreciating, acutely observed tales of love and loss.” Sunday Times 

“….. supremely funny script, one woman’s wedding day opens up a Pandora’s box of existential doubt…riveting and irresistible…a delightful mini-masterpiece”The Arts Review ★★★★

***Winner Bairbre Dowling Spirit of the Festival Award 1st Irish Festival NYC 2020***
***Winner, Lustrum award Edinburgh Fringe 2019***
***Nominated, Bewley’s Little Gem Award Dublin Fringe Festival 2018***

Thursday 11th November I 8pm I €18/16

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