Comedy
Theatre

Starlet

Alison Spittle
A man sits in the driving seat and a woman in the front passenger seat of a car awkwardly at night time
Photo: Padraig Conaty

Blow In productions

Westmeath 2008. Shannon wants a lad with a car. Michael drives a Starlet. Grand job so. A dark comedy about the young people forgotten by the boom, the bust and the national broadband scheme.

Directed by Simon Mulholland and starring Roxanna Nic Liam and Peter McGann, this is the debut play from writer Alison Spittle (RTÉs Nowhere Fast, Guilty Feminist).

Information

Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival. Developed at Scene + Heard 2019.

Please note: contains nudity.

17 September 
21:15 
€11

18 - 22 September
21:15 
€14 / €12 conc.

21 & 22 September
16:30 
€14 / €12 conc.

Venue

Smock Alley Theatre - Black Box

Duration

55mins

Sponsored By

Wilde and O'Haras Sponsors

★★★★

Meticulously crafted into two impeccable performances, and superbly directed to near perfection, “Starlet” is not to be missed.

The Arts Review