A Load of Rubbish | LYT Summer Show
A Load of Rubbish
Written & directed by Darren Maher
‘A post-apocalyptic comedy of manners set largely in iambic pentameter’
Belltable | Thurs 15th – Sat 17th August | 8pm | €10
This year’s summer show ‘A Load of Rubbish’ is written by local writer and director Darren Maher.
This post-apocalyptic comedy is set in a recycling centre called The Garbargerie. The play portrays a bizarre ‘future’ where society has adopted a strict class system. The positions the characters occupy are based on the activities their ancestors undertook in combating climate change. Therefore, the grandchildren of the organic farmer are the aristocrats, the rest of the populace are called ‘Wasters’.
There is also an untouchable sub-class who are descended from advertising executives and politicians known as ‘Total Wasters’. The play’s action centres around the home of the aristocrats, who are called ‘The Responsible’.
• Please note all ticket prices include a booking charge.
• No exchanges or refunds.
• Wheelchair spaces can only be booked over the phone. Please call our box office on (061) 953400 if you wish to book a wheelchair space.
• No late comers admitted to the theatre once show commences.
• On street parking.
choose a time below
|Thu 15 Aug|
|Fri 16 Aug|
|Sat 17 Aug|