Lisa Carroll’s Papatango shortlisted debut Cuckoo has the subject of identity stamped on its DNA. It raises questions about the value of where you are from and what does moving away from there do to you.
Lisa Carroll’s Cuckoo, her new debut play about Irish teens, has some exciting dialogue but its production doesn’t quite deliver.
Exploring what it is to be young in Ireland today, Lisa Carroll’s debut play Cuckoo comes roaring to life at Soho Theatre, leading us without preamble into the world of best friends – and social outcasts – Iona (Caitriona Ennis) and Pi
Lisa Carroll’s razor-sharp play Cuckoo is vividly brought to life thanks to Debbie Hannan’s perceptive and emotionally engaging production.
The play centres around the complicated relationship between Lynch and Campbell, taking the viewer through a tumultuous period fraught with love, yearning, desire and infatuation. A powerful coming-of-age story encompasses two young people coming to terms with new & confusing emotions and the desire to escape a current mundane existence for change.
Enda Walsh’s play is a bit of an oddity – it is both bizarrely brilliant but can also seem at times as a bit of a chaotic mess, but thankfully John Haidar’s production sticks to being bizarrely brilliant to keep the audience hooked throughout.
Marking the 20th anniversary of its explosive British debut, Enda Walsh’s Disco Pigs comes to the West End starring Evanna Lynch and Colin Campbell.