Furniture 

FURNITURE by Druid Theatre Company | The Everyman, Cork | 3 – 4 MAY

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[Music]the response was terrific to furnitureat they got away International ArtsFestival just from the first previewsthe audience absolutely love the I thinkit had standing ovations everyperformance and cues around the blockfor tickets every day it's all of thethings that occur to us or everythingthat happens in our lives is played outaround us upon us the cause of us I justhad this idea that just to take that onesubject in that one word and justexplorers from three different ways sothree different situations people findthemselves in and I think it was so easyto see yourself in that situation so youboth see the fun of it and thedifficulty of it you identify with itand I think it's like combination ofkind of sort of laugh out loud funny andheartbreak and you know Sonia can makeyou your emotions twist on a line andit's it's delightful

FURNITURE is written by Sonya Kelly and presented by Druid Theatre Company
In 2019, Druid’s production of Furniture by Sonya Kelly returns for a national tour following its sell-out run at the Mick Lally Theatre as part of the Galway International Arts Festival 2018.

Written by Sonya Kelly (The Wheelchair on my Face, How to Keep an Alien), Furniture is a lighthearted new play about perceptions and possessions. Told through the lives of six individuals, this fresh comedy looks at how the things we own shape our worldview and even ourselves.

‘Furniture is not sentimental. You can love it, but it won’t remember who you are.’

‘Wickedly insightful’ Irish Times

‘Laugh-out-loud funny’ Sunday Times

‘Whip Smart’ ‘A Triumph’ Irish Independent

STARRING NIALL BUGGY, KATE KENNEDY, GARRETT LOMBARD, RUTH MCGILL, RORY NOLAN and HELEN NORTON

PRESENTED BY DRUID THEATRE COMPANY | WRITTEN BY SONYA KELLY | DIRECTED BY CATHAL CLEARY

SET AND COSTUME DESIGN BY FRANCIS O’CONNOR | LIGHTING SINEAD MCKENNA | SOUND GREGORY CLARKE

DATE AND TIME | FRI 3 – SAT 4 MAY, 8.00PM

PRICE | €24 | CONCESSION €22 | STUDENTS €9

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