Porcelain  / Abbey, National Theatre of Ireland / February 2018   abbeytheatre.ie/porcelain   Written by  Margaret Perry   Cast  Bamshad Abedi-Amin  /  Caitríona Ennis  /  Keith McErlean  /  Helen Norton  /  Toni O’Rourke  /  Lola Petticrew   Designed by  Cecíle Trémolíeres   Lighting by  Paul Keogan   Sound by  Denis Clohessy

Porcelain / Abbey, National Theatre of Ireland / February 2018

abbeytheatre.ie/porcelain

Written by Margaret Perry

Cast Bamshad Abedi-Amin / Caitríona Ennis / Keith McErlean / Helen Norton / Toni O’Rourke / Lola Petticrew

Designed by Cecíle Trémolíeres

Lighting by Paul Keogan

Sound by Denis Clohessy

 “ Perry’s carefully crafted characters are superbly directed by Cathal Cleary. The production as a whole is an understated triumph .” ★★★★  Tn2 Magazine

Perry’s carefully crafted characters are superbly directed by Cathal Cleary. The production as a whole is an understated triumph.” ★★★★ Tn2 Magazine

 “ Caitríona Ennis as Sarah, and Toni O’Rourke as the tragic Bridget Cleary, are both stunning. Ennis simply lights up the stage, as does O’Rourke. ”  The Arts Review

Caitríona Ennis as Sarah, and Toni O’Rourke as the tragic Bridget Cleary, are both stunning. Ennis simply lights up the stage, as does O’Rourke.The Arts Review

 “ Porcelain’s cast are simply stellar, Ennis simply exceptional, and O’Rourke a revelation. ”  The Arts Review

Porcelain’s cast are simply stellar, Ennis simply exceptional, and O’Rourke a revelation.The Arts Review

 “ The staging of Porcelain…represents a welcome sign that the national theatre is once again taking new writing seriously. Margaret Perry’s time-flipping look at female depression more than justifies its selection for the Peacock. ”  The Sunday Times

The staging of Porcelain…represents a welcome sign that the national theatre is once again taking new writing seriously. Margaret Perry’s time-flipping look at female depression more than justifies its selection for the Peacock.The Sunday Times

 “ Bamshad Abedi-Amin as the hapless, well meaning Bill, is perfect as the powerless boyfriend trying to hold it all together. ”  The Arts Review

Bamshad Abedi-Amin as the hapless, well meaning Bill, is perfect as the powerless boyfriend trying to hold it all together.The Arts Review

 “ Helen Norton is terrific .”  The Sunday Times   “ ..an excellent Helen Norton as the shapeshifter Silvertongue. ”  The Arts Review

Helen Norton is terrific.” The Sunday Times

..an excellent Helen Norton as the shapeshifter Silvertongue.The Arts Review

 “ Director Cathal Cleary shapes the individual scenes with skill. It's good to see a meaty new play in the Peacock stage that has the ambition and vision of the best Irish writers. ”  The Independent

Director Cathal Cleary shapes the individual scenes with skill. It's good to see a meaty new play in the Peacock stage that has the ambition and vision of the best Irish writers.The Independent

 “ Porcelain on the Peacock stage is an Irish triumph .”  Tn2 Magazine

Porcelain on the Peacock stage is an Irish triumph.” Tn2 Magazine

  Porcelain  / Abbey, National Theatre of Ireland / February 2018   abbeytheatre.ie/porcelain   Written by  Margaret Perry   Cast  Bamshad Abedi-Amin  /  Caitríona Ennis  /  Keith McErlean  /  Helen Norton  /  Toni O’Rourke  /  Lola Petticrew   Designed by  Cecíle Trémolíeres   Lighting by  Paul Keogan   Sound by  Denis Clohessy
 “ Perry’s carefully crafted characters are superbly directed by Cathal Cleary. The production as a whole is an understated triumph .” ★★★★  Tn2 Magazine
 “ Caitríona Ennis as Sarah, and Toni O’Rourke as the tragic Bridget Cleary, are both stunning. Ennis simply lights up the stage, as does O’Rourke. ”  The Arts Review
 “ Porcelain’s cast are simply stellar, Ennis simply exceptional, and O’Rourke a revelation. ”  The Arts Review
 “ The staging of Porcelain…represents a welcome sign that the national theatre is once again taking new writing seriously. Margaret Perry’s time-flipping look at female depression more than justifies its selection for the Peacock. ”  The Sunday Times
 “ Bamshad Abedi-Amin as the hapless, well meaning Bill, is perfect as the powerless boyfriend trying to hold it all together. ”  The Arts Review
 “ Helen Norton is terrific .”  The Sunday Times   “ ..an excellent Helen Norton as the shapeshifter Silvertongue. ”  The Arts Review
 “ Director Cathal Cleary shapes the individual scenes with skill. It's good to see a meaty new play in the Peacock stage that has the ambition and vision of the best Irish writers. ”  The Independent
 “ Porcelain on the Peacock stage is an Irish triumph .”  Tn2 Magazine

Porcelain / Abbey, National Theatre of Ireland / February 2018

abbeytheatre.ie/porcelain

Written by Margaret Perry

Cast Bamshad Abedi-Amin / Caitríona Ennis / Keith McErlean / Helen Norton / Toni O’Rourke / Lola Petticrew

Designed by Cecíle Trémolíeres

Lighting by Paul Keogan

Sound by Denis Clohessy

Perry’s carefully crafted characters are superbly directed by Cathal Cleary. The production as a whole is an understated triumph.” ★★★★ Tn2 Magazine

Caitríona Ennis as Sarah, and Toni O’Rourke as the tragic Bridget Cleary, are both stunning. Ennis simply lights up the stage, as does O’Rourke.The Arts Review

Porcelain’s cast are simply stellar, Ennis simply exceptional, and O’Rourke a revelation.The Arts Review

The staging of Porcelain…represents a welcome sign that the national theatre is once again taking new writing seriously. Margaret Perry’s time-flipping look at female depression more than justifies its selection for the Peacock.The Sunday Times

Bamshad Abedi-Amin as the hapless, well meaning Bill, is perfect as the powerless boyfriend trying to hold it all together.The Arts Review

Helen Norton is terrific.” The Sunday Times

..an excellent Helen Norton as the shapeshifter Silvertongue.The Arts Review

Director Cathal Cleary shapes the individual scenes with skill. It's good to see a meaty new play in the Peacock stage that has the ambition and vision of the best Irish writers.The Independent

Porcelain on the Peacock stage is an Irish triumph.” Tn2 Magazine

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