7 December, 2016 //

The Flood

Close your eyes as live music, sound effects, and smells swirl around you, awakening your senses. It’s the floods of 2011. David, an old sailor with failing sight, mops a leak in his kitchen all night. His family are out of reach and the Council are too busy to help. As the rain pours and the waters rise, a lifetime of memories flows through his head. Struggling to keep mind and body together, can he weather the storm and plot his course to a new dawn?

Audience with sight loss can enjoy this play in the dark. Optional blindfolds provided.

Audience responses:
‘Because I couldn’t see, I visualized everything. I felt as if I was there’
‘Packs a real emotional punch considering it’s all audio, very impressive show’
‘Inventive, clever, mischievous and funny…fantastic storm scene….fabulous experience’
‘I really believed it. I wanted to leap from my chair to help him’
‘Sad and compelling story, I enjoyed it thoroughly’

‘devised theatre at its best’ IRISH EXAMINER on Carpet Theatre

Presented by Carpet Theatre
Written by Ciarán Taylor with Roger Gregg and Karl Quinn
Directed by Ciarán Taylor
Starring Roger Gregg and Karl Quinn