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A lyrical exploration of loss and love. Two new plays interwoven as one. In the wake of a terrible accident, Michael and Caoimhe rebuild their lives as best they can. But all Michael can remember is the boat out on the Lough that never should have been there. The barometer points to rain as the young couple realise they might not grow old together. Dan Sherer's solemn yet lyrical staging and Caroline Williamson's understated, wounded performance keeps you silent until the final, shiver-inducing wordâ Guardian, Pick of the Day Declan Feenan is under commission at the Bush Theatre and the Abbey Theatre Dublin, and has been attached to the National Theatre and the Royal Court. His first play LIMBO was produced by Real Circumstance in 2007/08 and enjoyed considerable success at the 2007 Fringe. Clara Brennan is undertaking a PhD in Writing for Performance at Kingston University. LOUGH/RAIN marks her professional debut. âOutstandingâ¦one of Edinburgh's most gripping hoursâ British Theatre Guide **** LIMBO, 2007 Performed by Jot Davies and Kate Donmall. Directed by Dan Sherer LOUGH/RAIN transfers to York Theatre Royal: 18 September - 4 October. www.realcircumstance.com/loughrain LOUGH/RAIN has been selected for Escalator East to Edinburgh 2008. Each year Escalator East to Edinburgh helps artists and arts organisations to raise their profile and perform to new audiences as part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. www.easttoedinburgh.co.uk LOUGH/RAIN is kindly supported by the Foyle Foundation.Performers Jot Davies, Kate Donmall.
Author Declan Feenan. Author Clara Brennan. Producer Real Circumstance. Producer York Theatre Royal. Producer Escalator East to Edinburgh. Director Dan Sherer. Music Steve Mayo. Design James Cotterill. Lighting Michael Nabarro.
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