Culinary Art
Theatre
Visual Art

Irish Food. A Play

JP McMahon
A black lobster lies on a slate
Photo: Anita Murphy

Turf Productions

Fresh from the Wild Atlantic Way, today’s catch is an original script seasoned with Ireland’s rich history. This site-responsive show is prepared by chef Jp McMahon and served alongside several Irish staples: brown soda bread, boiled potatoes and of course, religious tension.

Prepare your taste buds for a multisensory experience that explores the origins of food culture from every corner of the island. Indulge in the absurd and serious, paired perfectly with the visceral and violent.

Information

Supported by NUI Galway Drama Department and ANIAR Restaurant, Galway. Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival.

This performance includes live shellfish. Venue is not wheelchair accessible. 

15 September
17:30, 20:30
16 - 18 September
13:00, 17:30, 20:30 
€25 / €23 conc., includes light bites

Venue

Rustic Stone Restaurant - 17 South Great George's Street

Duration

70mins

Director Romana Testasecca thickens the sense of Irish kitsch, in a space abounding with religious iconography, a surreal spread of sliced pan and piles of potatoes. 

The Irish Times