The Approach by Mark O’Rowe – Live Broadcast

Online, Thursday 21st January - Sunday 24th January

Post-show Talk: Join the cast and writer/director Mark O’Rowe in conversation with Louise O’Neill on Saturday 23 January.

Live Captions: You can book for the live captioned stream on Thursday 21 January.

Show Time: 21 & 23 Jan at 7:30pm, 24 Jan at 9pm
“It takes a crisis of some sort sometimes, or an upheaval,
for people to really evaluate how they feel about one another, doesn’t it?”

Utterly riveting and engrossing, Mark O’Rowe’s remarkable play reveals a profound truth about relationships, and our deep, abiding need to make sense of our world.

Three conversations draw us into the inner lives of Anna, Cora and Denise. What will they reveal to each other? And what does each of them have to hide?

The Approach is a play about being human, an exploration of betrayal, and an appeal to listen before it’s too late.

The Approach will bring back to the stage ‘three of the finest performers of their generation’ (The Irish Times) – Cathy Belton, Derbhle Crotty and Aisling O’Sullivan – in what have been described as ‘breathtaking performances’ – ★★★★★ The Observer.

Wherever you are in the world, we hope you’ll come together online with friends and family, to experience this wonderfully absorbing play for yourself.

NOTE: Please check your time zone. This is a live show. On the 21st and 23rd of January, our virtual theatre lobby will open at 7:15pm, and the show will start at 7:30pm (GMT/Irish Time). On the 24th of January, our virtual theatre lobby will open at 8:45pm, and the show will start at 9pm (GMT/Irish Time). Show duration: 60 minutes

Thursday 21st January - Sunday 24th January

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