Mojo by Jez Butterworth

A male dominated play about damaged people, loneliness, putting on a front and finding your place.

Mojo by Jez Butterworth

Violence, drugs and rock n’ roll are the backdrop for Jez Butterworth’s critically acclaimed play Mojo, set in Soho, London in 1958. This fast paced black comedy situated in a seedy nightclub owned by gangsters is filled with murder, revelations of parental abuse, dishonour among thieves, kidnapping and gratuitous violence.

Creative Team

DirectorOonagh Murphy
Set and Costume DesignerKatie Davenport
Lighting DesignerEoin Winning
Sound DesignerIvan Birthistle
Production ManagerRob Furey

The Cast

MickeyKevin Creedon
BabyPaul Mescal
SweetsDamian Gildea
SkinnyEvan McCabe
PottsDarragh Shannon
Silver JohnnyCraig Connolly

The Crew

Company Stage ManagerGary Maguire
Deputy Stage ManagerCorentin West
Assistant Stage ManagerSeán Martin
Chief LXLisa Marie Barry
Set Construction H.O.D.Patrick Conlon
Sound Design Co-ordinatorCian Mulhall
Costume SupervisorMartina Kavanagh
Scenic Artist H.O.D. and Prop MakerAdam Moore-White


Performances: 9th - 15th February 2017, 7pm
Matinee: Monday 13th February, 1.00pm
Venue: Studio Two, The Lir Academy, Pearse Street at Grand Canal Quay
Tickets: €15 and €10 concession
Strong language, scenes of a violent nature, strobe lighting, loud noises and smoke effects are in this production.