Galway International Arts Festival presents  the fourth in a series of theatre installations by Enda Walsh following on from Room 303, A Girl’s Bedroom and Kitchen.

“The line between my birth and here looks like it’s been drawn by some child. It’s there under my feet and dug into the lino. I can hear it. Teasing me.”

A man with a breaking memory tries to stick the pieces together and find some salvation. In a house that isn’t his house – in the bathroom of that house – and staring back from the bathroom’s mirror – is a man he no longer knows.

Enda Walsh’s recent work includes The Second Violinist, an opera with Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy which premieres at GIAF 2017; Lazarus written with David Bowie; Arlington the play, and three short texts presented as Rooms, which are  touring New York in May 2017.

17–30 July
From 11am. Every 20 minutes to 6pm
From 11am. Every 20 minutes to 8pm
Duration 15 minutes approx.