The Life And Sort Of Death Of Eric Argyle
Nominated for Best New Play 2012 - Irish Times Theatre Awards
‘If you only do one thing this weekend, go see Eric Argyle!’ - The Irish Times
‘An ingenious experience, which ventures into Daniel Kitson territory!’ - Lyn Gardner, The Guardian, London
‘An outstanding piece of work that is every bit as enjoyable as it is unique! ★★★★’ - Evening Herald, Dublin
‘Absolutely unmissable! ★★★★★’ - entertainment.ie
‘As heart-warming as it is heart-breaking - a magical production!’ - The Stage, London
‘Heart and humour – finds a lot of hope in highlighting life’s possibilities should we be brave enough to grasp them! ★★★★’ - The Scotsman, Edinburgh
‘A delightful gem of a play - beautiful! ★★★★’ - British Theatre Guide
Eric Argyle is having a bad Sunday.
It’s late. He’s still in his pyjamas. A room full of people are staring at him. And he died at 11.42am, two days ago. An issue that people don’t seem all that receptive to.
Catch this beautiful and magical Irish Theatre Awards’ and ‘Off-West End Awards’ nominated play, about a man who barely lived enough to have regrets.