Ohio Impromptu by Samuel Beckett
The July 25th performance of Ohio Impromptu is kindly sponsored by Paddy Greggan
The July 26th performance of Ohio Impromptu is kindly sponsored by William Morrison, Board Member Happy Days EIBF
The July 27th performance of Ohio Impromptu is kindly sponsored by Sinead Martin
The July 28th performance of Ohio Impromptu is kindly sponsored by Kate Oliver and Jeremy Young
Director: Adrian Dunbar
Actors: Lalor Roddy and Vincent Higgins
DATES & TIMES:
Thurs 25th July – 7.30pm
Fri 26th July – 7.30pm
Sat 27th July – 5.30pm (SOLD OUT)
Sun 28th July – 7.00pm
Event Duration: 100 minutes
Location: Devenish Island
Pick-Up Point: Meeting point at Round’ O Jetty, Enniskillen for boat trip on “The Kestrel”
- Toilet facilities not available on site!
- Although the performance is indoors, the venue is a short walk from the boat and there will be a brief opportunity for the audience to view the beauty of the Island.
- Comfortable, warm, clothing and footwear is advised.
Directed by Fermanagh born and Festival Associate Adrian Dunbar, more popularly known as Superintendent Hastings in The Line of Duty, we present to you stunning sunset performances of Ohio Impromptu on Devenish Island, a monastic site founded in the 6th century, a short boat ride away from Enniskillen on Lough Erne. It was first performed in 1981 at the Stadium II Theatre in Columbus, Ohio, in a production directed by Alan Schneider starring David Warrilow and later filmed for television by Charles Sturridge in a production starring Jeremy Irons.
“A chance to soul-search and sightsee at the same time. Can you have your Beckettian cake and eat it?” Dominic Cavandish, The Telegraph