This weekend saw the first performances of Philip McMahon’s new play ‘Pineapple’. Now it’s coming to Dublin after it’s opening at the Drogheda Arts Festival. Directed by David Horan, you can catch Pineapple in Draíocht Theatre in Blanchardstown and in the Axis in Ballymun.
Thursday 5th & Friday 6th May time 8pm
Tickets: 15 / 12 conc / 10 Groups
Booking : 01-885 2622
1th -14th May time 8pm.
Main Street, Ballymun, Dublin 9
Booking: (01) 883 2100
Here’s the blurb:
Roxanna is only interested in herself, boys and Barcardi Breezers. Her sister Paula lives for others her kids, her friends, and Roxanna – her family. In her tumble down flat in Ballymun, Paula is in control; but when the unknown shows up at her door, everything changes. Can Paula take a chance on love, or will she always sacrifice her own happiness for others?
Pineapple is a tough and tender drama about love and survival featuring, Caoilfhionn Dunne, Janet Moran, Nick Lee, Jill Murphy and Niamh Glynn.
Calipo Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Pineapple, the new play from acclaimed playwright Phillip McMahon (Danny & Chantelle, All over Town, Alice In Funderland).