Ingenious, vivid, important work
Number 1, Top Ten Theatrical Events of the Year
The Observer, 2000
The Cultural Inspiration Award
Dublin Fringe 1998
Special Judges Award
Irish Times/ESB Theatre Awards 1998
Four shows in four cars. Fly-on-the-windscreen theatre at its most intimate.
New plays in cars by Annie Ryan and Michael West, Arthur Riordan and Lynne Parker, Alex Johnston, Mark O'Halloran, Colin and Darren Thornton with Alan King, Deirdre Molloy, Mark Doherty, Caroline McSweeney, Terry O'Hagan, David Pearse, Gary Cooke, Janet Moran, Tom Murphy, Karen Egan, Liz Kuti, Tony Flynn, Susanna DeWrixon, Deirdre Walsh, Eddie Tighe, Tim Ruddy, Kate Perry, Niall O’Sioradáin, Michael McElhatton, Anna Healy, Kathy Downes, Ned Dennehy, Amelia Crowley, Fiona Condon, Mike Carbery, Gertrude Montgomery, Elizabeth Duffy, Peter Gaynor, Alan King, Emmet Kirwin, Norma Sheahan, Colin Thornton and Melanie McHugh.
One of the most enjoyable, if strange, pieces of theatre around.
The Sunday Tribune
Buckle up, this is what fringe festivals are all about... One of the most intense theatrical experiences ever.
The sheer intimacy of the productions, laced with a little voyeurism, has a hypnotic effect. Add to that the excellence of the writing, acting and direction, and the effect is truly seductive.
The Irish Times
The best piece of theatre to be found in Dublin for months... astonishing affirmation of the possibilities of theatre, setting a standard which nothing in the main festival came close to achieving.
The Sunday Times
Dublin Fringe Festival, Meeting House Square, Temple Bar
Unfringed Festival, The Bell Table, Limerick
Galway Arts Festival
October Arts, Ennis
Meeting House Square, Revival
Greenwich & Docklands Festival
Restless Gravity Festival Wales
Laois Arts Festival
Nov 12 — Dec 1, 2001
Civic Theatre, Tallaght
Dec 4 — Dec 8, 2001