Fishamble's UNDERNEATH by Pat Kinevane (Ireland)

23/02/2016 - 13/03/2016

ADELAIDE FRINGE 2016

 

Sticks and stones didn’t break Her bones, but words and pointing crushed Her.

In this extraordinary piece of one-man theatre, celebrated Irish writer and actor Pat Kinevane delves deeper into the question of beauty - underneath the skin, underneath society, underneath our perceptions. Kinevane asks the penetrating questions: Is beauty really only skin-deep? Can we trust it? Does ugliness hide somewhere deeper?

This stunning new play is a blackly comic, rich and vivid tale of lives lived in secret, a testament to people living on the fringes of everyday life. Kinevane’s intensely physical performance shows him to be both a nimble and magnetic presence. As storyteller, he favours an arrestingly disjointed approach; as performer he combines the exotic and the earthy; and as political dramatist, he gravitates towards the marginalised, while always celebrating great humanity and humor in his tales.


Supported by Culture Ireland as part of the Ireland 2016 Centenary Program and APA’s Irish Theatre Showcase

 

 

 

 

ADELAIDE FRINGE 2016

The German Club - 223 Flinders Street

23 February - 13 March 2016

7:30pm

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You can also purchase the playscript from Bloomsbury at a special offer

Bloomsbury - Underneath playscript - Click Here