A blackly comic vision of Dublin infested with demons, from the author of Howie the Rookie.
Edinburgh Fringe First Award 2008
Three people are ripped from their daily lives and catapulted into a fantastical world of singing serial killers, avenging angels and lovesick demons.
Hold tight as the ordinary turns extraordinary in Mark O'Rowe's urban fantasy.
'hilarious, stunning, surprisingly touching and enormously satisfying... a fantastic piece of writing' - Irish Times
'dazzling... O'Rowe is expanding his language and dramatic form as far as they can go' - Guardian
'gripping, grotesque and deliriously good... [Terminus] makes O'Rowe pretty much the most exciting contemporary Irish playwright' - Sunday Tribune
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|Age Range:||12 Years|
About the Author
Mark O'Rowe is an Irish playwright whose plays include Howie the Rookie (Bush Theatre, London, 1999), From Both Hips (Fishamble, 1997), Made in China (Abbey Theatre, Dublin, 2001), Crestfall (Gate Theatre, Dublin, 2003), Terminus (Abbey Theatre, 2007) and Our Few and Evil Days (Abbey Theatre, 2014).
His screenplays include Broken (2012), based on the novel by Daniel Clay, Perrier’s Bounty (2009), Boy A (2007), based on the novel by Jonathan Trigell, and Intermission (2004).