Waiting for IKEA

By Georgina McKevitt & Jacinta Sheerin
Directed by Alan King

2011 TOUR DATES

Thursday 30th June & Friday 1st July
The Mill Theatre, Dundrum
Booking: +35312969340
milltheatre.ie/

Thursday 7th, Friday 8th & Saturday 9th July
Draíocht, Blanchardstown
Booking: +35318852622
draiocht.ie/

Friday 15th July & Saturday 16th July
Riverbank Theatre, Kildare
Booking: +35345448327
riverbank.ie/

Saturday 30th July
Birr Theatre & Arts Centre, Co. Offaly
Booking +353579122911
birrtheatre.com/

Thursday 1st & Friday 2nd September
Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray
Booking: +35312724030
mermaidartscentre.ie/

Monday 19th - Saturday 24th September
Civic Theatre, Tallaght
Booking: +35314627477
civictheatre.ie/

Chrissie and Jade spend their days waiting; waiting for the postman, waiting for the kettle to boil and waiting for Coronation Street. They won't shop in Argos 'cos we're waiting for IKEA'. Set in the heart of 'new' Dublin, where night wear is day wear and bitching is everywhere.

Pimlico flats is akin to 'Cheers', everybody knows your name, your business, your record and what you’re having for dinner. Nothing much changes in Pimlico, each day begins and ends the same; it's what happens in between that keeps the neighbours interested. The only current affairs these girls are concerned with is whether Mrs Dignam is having it off with Gunner Eye Gilby.

The Celtic tiger has been and gone and they never even stroked it.

'Recession? Is dat a new fragrance by Calvin Klein?’

A heart-warming story of friendship, family, community and sunbed obsessives, 'Waiting for IKEA' will tickle your funny-bone with its unforgettable characters and colourful language.

"I loved it...if you want to escape from the doom and gloom then this is the show for you." Róisín Ingle, The View

"The script is sharp and laugh out loud funny…Sheerin and Mc Kevitt clearly belong on stage…this is a fresh, funny and enjoyable show". **** Irish Theatre Magazine

"Sheerin and Mc Kevitt inhabit their roles with credibility. Everyone likes to laugh and the duo are bang on the funny bone." The Irish Times

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