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Disco Pigs

Closed August 19, 2017

It's wild, rich and dense ... immensely effective in suggesting the intoxicating, increasingly threatening nature of an intense relationship.

Financial Times

Why See Disco Pigs?

new production

Enda Walsh's astonishing breakthrough play which 'didn't so much debut as erupt' back in 1997 celebrates its 20th anniversary with this new production at the Trafalgar Studios. Starring Evanna Lynch and Colin Campbell as two teenagers whose intense friendship leads to catastrophe, Disco Pigs is a stunning trip into the heady world of adolescence where a tempest of emotions blur the line between dreams and reality.

Oh yes sir i can boogie

Pig (Campbell) and Runt (Lynch) have been best friends all of their lives, inhabiting a shared world, complete with their own language. As they grow up their almost telepathic closeness verges on unhealthy, especially when Runt finds herself drawn to another boy. Unnerved and angry, Pig's passionate jealously leads the friendship to morph into something else, a level that can only end in tragedy.

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Previews from: 12 July 2017

Opening night: 18 June 2017


Images (C) Colin Campbell

Run time

65 minutes

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