A poignant Irish black comedy
Gutted a black comedy explores the lives of three strong women who work in a fish factory in 1980’s Dublin. Told through comic monologue, raw powerful language, movement and dance, the women give us a snapshot of the characters and challenges in their lives at the time. In light of Ireland’s recent referendum on abortion, these issues remain as relevant today as they were over 30 years ago.
“An exhilarating experience and a wonderful life affirming play” Mark Everitt, Former Director, The Marlowe Theatre Canterbury
Supported by Arts Council England