‘When I was a little girl I dreamt of falling in love with someone good and living in a comfortable house with a bright kitchen.’
In a small kitchen, standing by her sink, a wife wills her implosion.
The world premiere of Enda Walsh’s new text, Kitchen, presented in a gallery setting at The Shed, runs alongside his previous theatre installations Room 303 and A Girl’s Bedroom.
Enda Walsh’s recent work includes Lazarus, written with David Bowie; The Last Hotel, an opera with Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy; Ballyturk and Arlington [a love story].
A Girl’s Bedroom
At the age of 6, a girl leaves her bedroom and family home and walks. She never stops. Until now. Featuring the voice of Charlie Murphy.
‘My walking turns in on itself – it scratches the edges inside and has me turning back and longing for that room.’
In a cheap hotel room, an old man lies in bed waiting for the end. Featuring the voice of Niall Buggy
‘Memories disappearing as a larger breath takes them. I look down from this bed into the big space beneath me...’