Productions

Summertime

by David Ireland

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Starring Victoria Armstrong, Richard Clements, Ivan Little & Ryan McParland

Directed by Michael Duke
Set & Costume designs by Alyson Cummins
Lighting design by Simon Bird

 

Upstairs at The MAC 5th to 16th November 2013

 

Jonathan is struggling to establish himself as the minister in a working class east Belfast parish.  One night a young man stumbles into his office, covered in blood, and claiming that he is possessed by the devil.

When he delves deeper into the young man’s story, Jonathan finds himself coming under increasing suspicion from the local community.   As things spiral out of control, he must make a life or death decision about who he can trust.

David Ireland won both the Meyer Whitworth Award and the Stewart Parker Radio Drama Award for his last Tinderbox play, Everything Between Us.

Contains strong language throughout and scenes which some people may find distressing. Recommended for 16+.

Tickets from £12 available from The MAC Box Office on 028 9025 3053 or http://themaclive.com/whats-on/summertime/

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