Quietly is a powerful human story about violence and forgiveness.
Do you want to know why I’m here?
Northern Ireland are playing Poland on the TV.
Jimmy and Ian, two middle aged Belfast men are meeting tonight for the first time. They have a shared past. They need to talk.
Quietly is a powerful story about violence and forgiveness.
The Abbey Theatre is proud to present this new play from Owen Mc Cafferty, making his Dublin debut as part of the Great Irish Writers Season.
Starring two of Ireland’s best loved actors Declan Conlon and Patrick O’Kane and Polish actor, Robert Zawadzki, Quietly is directed by Jimmy Fay, Associate Artist at the Abbey Theatre.
‘Excellent performances’, ‘A spiritual lesson about time and healing’ – Irish Examiner
‘highly charged’, ‘powerful and resonant’ – Sunday Business Post
Wednesday 14 November – Saturday 15 December
Previews: Wednesday 14 – Monday 19 November
Monday – Saturday 8pm, Saturday Matinee 2.30pm
On the Peacock stage
Sign language interpreted performance: Thursday 6 December
Matinee club: Saturday 8 December
Ticket prices: €18 – €25 (€13 – €25 Concession)Book Now
Robert Zawadzki reveals what attracted him to a theatrical career, and how being involved in an Abbey Theatre production was the perfect match for him.
6 Dec 2012
Alyson Cummins, Set Designer, reveals the process of bringing a set design concept to stage in our latest production, Quietly.
23 Nov 2012
Actor Declan Conlon, who is currently playing the character of Ian in Quietly, takes time out to discuss his acting career to date, his long and established career with the the Abbey Theatre, and the different experiences he has had playing characters our two stages.
13 Nov 2012
Actor Patrick O’Kane, previews his Meet the Makers Talk ‘Actor’s Voices: the people behind the performances’ which takes place on Thursday 22 November 2012, as part of the run of Quietly. In this talk he will be joined by producer Lynnette Moran to consider the role of actors as theatre artists within the broader spectrum of the arts. Tickets are available here.
12 Nov 2012
‘All three performances are gripping and nuanced’
‘Patrick O’Kane is extraordinary’
‘Quietly is gripping’
‘Viscerally honest play with gripping writing and acting’
‘A satisfying piece of new theatre’
‘powerful and resonant’