Jerusalem Tomorrow is a radical reimagining of Mark’s Gospel set in contemporary times. Actors, singers and musicians tell the story of the life and death of one man in the words and stories of those who knew him.
Jerusalem Tomorrow is a mystery play for the twenty-first century. Adapted for the stage from Mark’s gospel by John MacKenna with James Gormley, Katie Jacques; Angela Keogh and John MacKenna. Lighting Tom Kennedy .
Date: Saturday 28th April Time: 8.30pm Admission: €14/€12
A one-woman show performed by Mary Murray
Written by Paddy Murray – Directed by Jimmy Smallhorne
“If ever there was an actor you wanted to see more of, it’s Mary Murray. On stage she has always had a magnetic focus, a presence somewhere between no-nonsense control and a shiver of vulnerability. Murray’s assured presence… An actor of tremendous physical versatility and wit, she falls into comic contortions as a simpering pregnant woman, puffs up and out to play a Liverpool vamp, and demonstrates myriad ways to inhale, each as individual as a fingerprint.”
Peter Crawley : The Irish Times