A Northern Irish family, barely on speaking terms with each other, spend four days together in a cottage in rural Donegal.
Jamie was recently hit by a car, and is self-medicating with a mixture of pills and alcohol.
Darragh is rebuilding his life again, and thinks it’ll work this time.
Saoirse can’t hide her disappointment at the men her sons have become, and might not even be trying.
Liam would just like everyone to be a little bit nicer to each other.
Over the course of four days the family are forced to spend more time with each other than they have in years and there are some things that need to be talked about. A play about spending time with people you love but don’t like.
An explosive and funny new play from Eoin McAndrew, following his 5 star, award-nominated debut play, The Girl Who Was Very Good At Lying.