Join us online as Relational Spaces’ Darren Cheek stars in this new play about two strangers drawn together by a force far greater than fate or destiny.
- Thursday 16 April 2020
- Online, via Zoom (you will not need to download any software to take part)
On a Wicklow Hill by Maria McAteer is a new play from Darren Cheek’s theatre company Damn Cheek.
The scheduled premiere production of the play has had to be postponed due to coronavirus. So now Damn Cheek is inviting people to watch a live online reading of the play, followed by a Q&A session with the cast and writer.
This experimental evening will be an opportunity for you to be directly involved in the growth and development of this exciting new play.
To reserve your place, simply email Damn Cheek directly. They’ll send you details of how to join nearer the time.
From Damn Cheek’s website:
“They’d seen his face before…” – A Day In The Life, The Beatles.
She had not seen his face, and not knowing his face was their grace…
A force far greater than fate or destiny pushes two total strangers to cross paths one day on a Wicklow Hill.
Whilst overlooking the magical Luggala Valley and mysterious Lough Tay – aka The Guinness Lake – time stands still in more ways than one.
Separate lives are lived through one day with moving, sometimes humorous, and very unexpected consequences.
Find out more about On a Wicklow Hill on Damn Cheek’s website.
We hope to see you online!
All at Relational Spaces.