‘real life’s much weirder’
Gethin is 23, just finished a film course and reckons he’s the next Scorsese. His Mum is on at him to do her friend’s wedding video – and before they get divorced. But Gethin is interested in a much more daring project – one that will test his friendships, piss off his sister, question his idealism and turn his life and that of his family upside down.
Perve is an irreverent and unsettling play that interrogates paranoia, ambiguity and innocence in our highly sexualized world.
An Abbey Theatre commission
Please note this show is suitable for over 14s.
Sign language interpreted performance:Thursday 16 June, 8pm
Read more about our assisted performances.
On the Peacock stage
Wednesday 25 May – Saturday 25 June
Previews Wednesday 25 – Monday 30 May
Monday – Saturday evening 8pm, Saturday matinee 2.30pm
Tickets: €13 – €25
Summer Weekend Special:
€10 tickets this weekend (24 & 25 June)
1 Jun 2011
‘Gregg’s concept is stunningly good, and uncannily timely’
‘brilliantly tackles a modern taboo’
‘a fine balance of light and shade in Stacey Gregg’s new drama’
‘Perve is a slick and sophisticated piece of contemporary theatre’
‘a surprisingly warm and amusing play graced by moments of pure spectacle’