IN this witty and modern adaptation of Mark Twain’s affectionate satire, Adam and Eve – the world’s first couple – confront their many differences to find successful ways of living and loving together.
Whether they’re creating language, inventing fire, taming nature, or discovering love and death, what they learn about each other on the way will
be familiar and funny to anyone who has ever experienced a close relationship.
The Diaries of Adam and Eve was a five-star success at Edinburgh 2011 and comes from Dyad Productions (Austen’s Women, I, Elizabeth, Female Gothic), which creates, produces and tours classic theatre with an innovative and contemporary emphasis.
The company’s first two-hander is written by Elton Townend Jones (Cutting the Cord) who performs alongside Rebecca Vaughan (Austen’s Women, I, Elizabeth, Female Gothic) and continues Dyad’s successful collaboration with director Guy Masterson (Olivier Award- winning Morecambe, Scaramouche Jones).
Costumes are provided by Kate Flanaghan (I, Elizabeth, Austen’s Women, Bollywood Steps), and atmospheric sound design comes from Perrier Award-winning composer/actor Waen Shepherd (I, Elizabeth, The Inbetweeners).
The production runs for one night only at the Watergate Theatre on January 26. Admission is €12 and €10. To book call (056) 7761887 or see www.watergatetheatre.com