Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, star of RTÉ’s Love/Hate, will play both Howie and Rookie.
We'll meet in the bar upstairs in the Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar.
If you don't know where it is just email me and I'll guive you directions.
I'll be in the bar from 715pm, performance begins at 8pm sharp!
The Project Arts Centre have a very strict no admittance of latecomers policy so please don't be late!
Buy your ticket at the box office or online, please buy in advance as this will definitely sell out.
Howie The Rookie
Howie tells a story. Then Rookie takes it up. Mark O’Rowe’s electrifying, epic tale is a wild, urban odyssey through a nightmare landscape, hilarious and grotesque by turns.
Meet the enormous Avalanche, monstrous on the bar stool in her white skipants. Meet Ladyboy, a dangerous gangland thug with Siamese fighting fish and – it is rumored – three sets of teeth. Meet Mouse, Howie’s younger brother. Meet the Howie. Meet the Rookie.
Mark O’Rowe’s ‘thrilling new play’ (New York Times), has been re-imagined for a single actor.
Tom Vaughan-Lawlor, star of RTÉ’s Love/Hate, will play both Howie and Rookie. Brace yourself for an adrenaline-filled theatrical odyssey.
‘an original voice and a staggering achievement’ – New York Observer
‘Mr O’Rowe … is fierce with talent … one of those rare, shiver-makings instances in which language seems to become truly physical’ – Ben Brantley, New York Times
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Landmark Productions is one of Ireland's leading theatre producers. Established by Anne Clarke in 2003, the company produces wide-ranging and ambitious work in Ireland and tours Irish work abroad.
Recent productions include the world premieres of Emma Donoghue's The Talke of the Town (in conjunction with Hatch Theatre Company and Dublin Theatre Festival) and Colm Tóibín's Testament (with Dublin Theatre Festival). Landmark co-produced Enda Walsh's Misterman, starring Cillian Murphy, with Galway Arts Festival. The production subsequently toured to St Ann's Warehouse in New York and played for six weeks at the National Theatre in London.