‘I'm sorry I didn't get all that. It could be a bad connection – I'm not sure if it's you or me. Could I ask you to repeat it?'
In 2000 in Leixlip, co. Kildare, an aunt and 3 sisters boarded themselves into their home and entered into a suicide pact that lasted 40 days. We weren't there. We don't know what they said. This is not their story.
Winner of the Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Production (2013), and inspired by a real-life event involving the suicide pact of four women in a small town outside Dublin, Lippy is a play about authorship and the role of the writer.
by Dead Centre
by Mark Twain
by Bush Theatre
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