Galway International Arts Festival

Bedsit

written and directed by Enda Walsh

‘I’m up and about and living again without realising that that’s what I’m doing.’

A woman will live her day as she lives it most days.Nothing of great significance will happen to her – but she will be living.

Bedsit is the eighth in a series of immersive theatre installations by Enda Walsh following on from Room 303, A Girl’s Bedroom, Kitchen, Bathroom, Office 33A, Waiting Room and Changing Room, collectively known as Rooms, which he has made with Paul Fahy. Rooms has toured to Washington and New York, and most recently the series was presented at the Barbican, London.

Enda Walsh’s recent work includes Medicine, the musical Sing Street; the stage adaptation of Max Porter’s book Grief is the Thing with Feathers; The Same; The Second Violinist, an opera with Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy; and the musical Lazarus, written with David Bowie. He won a Tony Award for writing the book for the musical Once.

Tickets for this event will be sold for one individual or as a group booking only (max 4 tickets per group) to avoid sharing the space with unconnected persons.

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