Polliwog Theatre Collective
1 – 6 Jul | 8pm | 3pm matinee on Sat | Boys’ School
The Last Corner Shop on Misery Hill is a dark comedy set in Dublin.
It follows brothers Mick and Joey O’Reilly as they battle to keep their disastrous corner shop afloat in a world where the conglomerate edges ever closer.
Things go from bad to worse for the brothers. What happens next is something that will change the course of the shop and their lives forever.
WRITTEN BY : Mack Mirahmadi
DIRECTED BY : Ciaran Gallagher & Mack Mirahmadi
CAST : Barry John Kinsella, Colm Lennon, Denise O’Connor, Eimear Keating, Owen O’Gorman
Contains scenes of Violence, strong language & sexual references
Running time : 125 mins including an interval
About the company…
Formed in 2015, Polliwog Theatre Collective is a team of multidisciplinary artists and producers. Their first production ‘I Am Bear’ was performed at the Collaborations festival in Smock Alley. They then went on to perform at the Scene + Heard Festival with ‘Turning Point’ by Conor O’Rourke, ‘Splash’ by Joe Murphy and ‘Chromatics’ and ‘Tir na nÓg’ by Shauna Carrick.
Polliwog Theatre have had great success with Shauna Carrick’s mighty musical ‘Chromatics’. The show was showcased in London’s The Other Palace as part of ‘Musical Bites’. Director Andrew Keates then developed the show in Dublin for a production at the Mill Theatre.
The company’s latest project is a bi-monthly scratch night in Dublin called ‘Scratch Me If You Can’. This night is aimed at allowing artists to try their hand at any new work they have been working on in a safe and free environment.
Now with the development of ‘The Last Corner Shop on Misery Hill’, the entire team is ready to present the audience with non-stop belly laughter from start to finish.