This tender and compelling story of a young girl’s relationship with an older man is at once uplifting and heartbreaking. Limbo reminds us just how much power even the most fleeting relationships can have to completely change our lives. As the darkness of the lake calls out to her, she will do anything to find her peace.Emerging new directing talent Richard Lavery directs Lynn Kennedy (Citizens Actor Intern) is this captivating short play by Declan Feenan.What the press said about previous productions of Limbo:"excellently calibrated, haunting one-woman show" The Guardian ★★★★ (on Sneaky Productions, Belfast)“Grips from start to finish” The Scotsman ★★★★ (on Edinburgh Fringe)“Limbo keeps you silent until the final, shiver-inducing word” The Guardian (on Edinburgh Fringe)
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Northern Irish writer, Declan Feenan is currently under commission at The Abbey Theatre, Dublin and Prime Cut Production, Belfast. He was on attachment at the Royal National Theatre in 2006 and his latest play St Petersburg was the centre piece to The Bush Theatre’s Broken Space Season in October 2008 and was nominated for the Meyer Whitworth Award 2009.
Limbo was performed at the Edinburgh Festival in 2007 and subsequently toured to York Theatre Royal, The Mercury Theatre, Colchester and The Arcola Theatre, London.