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How These Desperate Men Talk

John and Dave are dissecting the details of a childhood memory in search of the truth. But why? What act has led them here, to this point? And what are the consequences of finding it?

A special collaboration between Corcadorca Theatre Company and composers Eat My Noise, this unique promenade performance took audiences on an unforgettable journey through memory, truth and fraternity. A dark, immersive melding of theatre and music, How These Desperate Men Talk, a play by award-winning playwright Enda Walsh, played out deep inside the Graepel Metal Perforation Factory in Kinsale, late night throughout Kinsale Arts Festival September 2014.

“It’s a real thrill for me to have Corcadorca produce How These Desperate Men Talk. I will forever be tied to this great company who continue to provoke and excite their audience with Pat Kiernan’s rigorous, brilliant direction. I can’t wait to see it.” – Enda Walsh

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Production Details.

Author: Enda Walsh
Director: Pat Kiernan
Venue: Graepel Metal Perforation Factory, Kinsale, Co. Cork
Performance Run: 19 – 27 Sept 2014
John – David Pearse
Dave – Tadhg Murphy
Production Credits:

Associate Director & Sound Designer Peter Power

Associate Director & Sound Designer David Duffy

Lighting Designer John Crudden

Set Designer, Set Coordinator & General Stage Manager Joe McNicholas

Project Manager Irene O’Mara

Assistant Stage Manager & Set Coordinator Clare O’Connell