'The line between my birth and here looks like it’s been drawn by some child. It’s there under my feet and dug into the lino. I can hear it. Teasing me.'
A man with a breaking memory tries to stick the pieces together and find some salvation. In a house that isn’t his house – in the bathroom of that house – and staring back from the bathroom’s mirror – is a man he no longer knows.
Bathroom is the fourth in a series of theatre installations by Enda Walsh following on from Room 303, A Girl’s Bedroom and Kitchen.
Enda Walsh’s recent work includes The Second Violinist, an opera with Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy which premieres at GIAF 2017; Lazarus written with David Bowie; Arlington the play, and three short texts presented as Rooms, which are touring New York in May 2017.
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