A riveting and savage take on the classic Greek myth of Penelope, wife of Odysseus.
Fringe First Award, Edinburgh 2010
It’s 11.30 a.m. and already it’s thirty-three degrees Celsius. At the bottom of a drained swimming pool, four ridiculous men face their inevitable deaths, and play for an unwinnable love.
'mixes classical myth with a bit of Beckett, as interpreted by Father Ted after watching an episode of Lost'Sunday Times
'extraordinary theatre... terrifying'Sunday Independent, Ireland
'among the finest plays Walsh has written'Sunday Times, Ireland
'a wild, crazy, word-drunk piece that is destined to lodge in the memory... Walsh possesses a truly original theatrical voice'Guardian
8 Jul 2010Size: 198mm x 129mm
15 Oct 2014
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