Underneath the Lintel

A missing library book. Abandoned trousers. An existential detective story. Joshua Edelman directs ‘a cosmic puzzle that makes the Da Vinci Code look like a game of hide-and-seek’ (Variety). Some very big questions are asked – and answered – in Glen Berger‘s funny, quirky, defiantly joyful play. Supported by Culture Ireland. ’Brilliantly and movingly played … provocative, mournful and extremely funny … it really is unmissable’ ***** (Irish Times). ‘It is a brilliant vehicle for a lone performer, and Philip O’Sullivan takes it for the ride of his life’ **** (Guardian).

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