Yes So I Said Yes
Theatre & Dance

Ulster Loyalist Alan Black is kept awake every night by his neighbour McCorrick’s dog barking. To add to his difficulties, McCorrick refuses to acknowledge that he even owns a dog, let alone one that is creating a disturbance. In a Northern Ireland he barely recognises, where politics has proved just to be the continuation of war by other means, a disconsolate Alan sets out to rid himself of the incessant noise. As he seeks help from authority figures, he finally – as a very last resort – turns to the only voice he can really trust, Stephen Nolan…

Age guidance: 16 Yrs +

This productions contains scenes of a sexual nature, strong or offensive language and scenes of violence


Credits

  • Directed by Max Elton
  • Producer: Sarah Roy
  • General Manager: Briar Knowles
  • Cast: Michael Smiley, Kevin Murphy, Owen O’Neill, Declan Rodgers, Laura Dos Santos, Kevin Trainor 

Go prepared to be appalled and challenged

The Guardian
****

Caustic and comic... absurdity in the guise of logic

The Observer
****

provocative, blackly comic satire

The Telegraph
****