is a joyous surreal satire that lifts the lid on Ireland’s beloved neutrality and cuts to the heart of the tempestuous affair with its nearest neighbour – Britain!
Winner of three Irish Times Theatre Awards including Best Production and Best Director Arthur Riordan’s “linguistically dazzling” (Time Out) comedy follows the exploits of a young British crossword enthusiast sent to Dublin to investigate suspicious radio messages. Improbable encounters with English poet John Betjeman, Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger, satirist Myles naGopaleen, the mysterious Agent Green and the innocent (or is she?) Philomena O’Shea, lead to plot twists, double crossings and, inevitably, to the Palace Bar.
This is a must-see for all book lovers and literature enthusiasts
Improbable Frequency - Gaiety Theatre 13 -24 March
For tickets go to http://www.gaietytheatre.ie/ or tel: 0818 719388
Ticket Prices: €15 - €49.50
Previews (13 and 14 March): all tickets €25
Bank Holiday Monday 19 March: all tickets €30