Something Different

Spring Studio Production 21st-25th March at the MAC

Life is full of endless possibilities – but is that always a good thing?

Tinderbox Theatre Company and Keith Singleton present a feverish carnal comedy that shines a very awkward light on relationships.

Meet The One. Grow old with that one. Respect them. Have weekly nice times with them. Matching pyjamas? Why not.

It isn’t broke, so why fix it?

Recently the feeling in your gut has been shouting loud at you. There’s a primal wisdom screaming for you to have a look at the rules of modern life. Your many interactions with attractive others have been carefully managed so far and you’ve avoided making an animal of yourself. You’ve done brilliantly at denying yourself. Well done.

Is the habit of having just the one mate forever and ever and ever what we should all continue to strive for? Or maybe, just maybe, it would be a great idea for us all to try Something Different.

Watch the couple in question take all the big risks, so you don’t have to in this Tinderbox Theatre Company production written by Keith Singleton.

Created by Keith Singleton with Tinderbox Theatre Company

Directed by Patrick J. O’Reilly

Produced by Alice Malseed

Creative Associate: Ciarán Haggerty

Image credits: Carrie Davenport