Alan Mahon & Rhys Dunlop
Two men stand at urinals with their trousers down
Photo: Dean Brannagan

One Duck

Steve is fine. No really, he’s grand. He’s a lad. He’s always been a lad — one of the lads. But now his friends have cowed to the latest fad — feminism — and Steve feels like an endangered species. The last of his kind. With nobody to talk to. But there’s one lad left. His lad. And his lad... talks back.

Thomas Martin directs this witty two-hander by Rhys Dunlop and Alan Mahon that playfully tugs at the knot of toxic masculinity.


Please note: contains the use of smoke machines.

Venue has limited wheelchair accessibility, please contact our box office prior to booking.

16 September

17 - 21 September
€15 / €13 conc.


The New Theatre



One Duck Theatre’s fast-paced production is brimming with imaginative touches from director Thomas Martin and slick movement choreographed by Bryan Burroughs ... Both performances are excellent ... this is a company and a production that deserves to be seen.


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