A Dublin love story.
Kelly thinks Martin is a strange but lovely youngfella. Deano thinks Martin is definitely not a youngfella, and that he should keep his paws off his girlfriend. Martin thinks bad karma is going to destroy everything around him, including Kelly…
And maybe Deano.
This new play from Fishamble tells the story of an unlikely couple falling into each other, falling over each other and trying to help each other back up.
The Bruising of Clouds was our third production of a play by Sean McLoughlin, following on from the great success of Big Ole Piece of Cake and Noah and the Tower Flower (Irish Times Theatre Award for Best New Play, 2007).
Directed by Jim Culleton
Cast Ian Lloyd Anderson, Seána Kerslake, Ryan Andrews
Set Designer Sinead O’Hanlon
Lighting Designer Mark Galione
Costume Designer Donna Geraghty
Sound Designers Ivan Birthistle and Vincent Doherty
Dramaturg Gavin Kostick
Producer Marketa Dowling
25th – 28th September: Axis, Ballymun
1st – 2nd October: Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire
4th – 5th October : Draíocht, Blanchardstown
8th – 12th October : Civic Theatre, Tallaght
‘Jim Culleton’s Fishamble production succeeds in making us care… fully rounded and vigorous from the beginning…potent…strong performances’ Irish Independent
‘played with casual charm…engaging’ Irish Times
‘I absolutely loved it…so believable…really funny…exciting…carefully written…I just adored it’ Tonight on Vincent Browne, TV3
‘endearing…impressive…crisply contemporary…McLoughlin has portrayed them with the surest of touches…cast and director do him proud’ Sunday Independent
‘Forceful performance…neat and swift direction…a worthy achievement’ Sunday Times
‘subtle and affecting drama…continues the company’s proud tradition of contemporary drama with a strong social conscience…few (plays) tug at the heartstrings with such memorable results’ Sunday Business Post