After The End

‘Tens of thousands of corpses up there. People vapourised into shadows. No one knows you’re here. I could really hurt you. If I was a bad person...’

Two work colleagues, Mark and Louise, seek shelter from disaster in a nuclear bunker. As they try to survive at close quarters, personal relationships, desires and truths all slowly disintegrate in this tightly-written psychological drama.

After the End, by Moonfish Theatre, was the first opportunity for Galway audiences to see the work of Dennis Kelly, one of Britain’s foremost new playwrights, hailed by The Guardian as ‘a talent to disturb’. The Moonfish production received rave reviews when it played at Nun’s Island Theatre as part of the first Galway Theatre Festival in October 2008.