BOOK IT NOW
1 COME ON HOME
Abbey, Peacock stage July 13–August 4
Phillip McMahon made a bold mark in the Abbey with Alice in Funderland and the more moody
Town is Dead. The force behind Panti and Riot returns with this exploration of faith through the story of a would-be priest. Set (where else?) at an Irish funeral.
2 TREMBLE TREMBLE
Project Space Upstairs, Dublin , Until 18 July
Artist Jesse Jones represented Ireland at the 57th Venice Biennele with this politically charged installation on Irish abortion. Olwen Fouéré plays the witch. Jones and Fouéré are in conversation on Thursday, July 5 at 8pm.
3 THE MAN IN THE WOMAN’S SHOES
Pavilion, Dún Laoghaire July 4–5
Good news for the theatre pack, the masterful clown Mikel Murfi returns with this much applauded one-man show and its sequel, I
Hear You And Rejoice, which tell the stories of mute cobbler Pat Farnon, set in the 70s and 80s.