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Enda Walsh’s new play is quite a trip … his quest to push theatrical boundaries results in a powerful experience in which choreography, music and video collide … a delightfully funny, nerdy, nameless young man (Hugh O’Conor).  Endearingly, they fall in love.  Dark political themes of displacement and loss are woven into a narrative going from sitcom and frantic farce to inevitable tragedy.  The setting is tempered by the sensitive performances, but also Teho Teardo’s terrific music and Jack Phelan’s transformative video design.  Adam Silverman’s highly charged lighting … Emma Martin’s expert choreography … pivotal contemporary dance sequence’

Written by Fiona Charleton for The Sunday Times 17.07.16 – Read the full review here