by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, translated by Maurice Valency
Meet the good people of Güllen, a town on its knees after years of economic hardship. Hope arrives by train with the visit of a former resident, but it comes with a price. This dark comedy presents us with the question - can justice be bought?
Written in 1956 by Friedrich Dürrenmatt and translated by Maurice Valency, The Visit is a profound look at desperation with familiar resonances to Ireland's recent past.
Duration: 2 hours and 40 minutes with an interval.
Suitable for ages 16+
Content advisory: The Visit contains adult themes as well as the use of firearms and flashing images.
Please note if patrons leave the auditorium during the performance, they will not be readmitted.
Read the show programme here.
- Frau Schill / Conductor Gemma Allan
- Painter / Little Girl 2 / Delivery Man / Waitress Alexandra Bierer
- Second Man / Athlete / Mike Connor Curran
- Bobby Gabriel Draper
- Pedro / Reporter / Max Eimhin Fitzgerald Doherty
- First Woman / Second Blind Man / Truck Driver Kailey Greenberg
- Daughter/ Camera Man / Little Girl 1 Isabelle Clare
- Claire Zachanassian Alison Kinlan
- Son / Station Master / Waiter Sean Landau
- Anton Schill Shane Mc Cormick
- Second Woman / First Blind Man Niamh Murphy
- Priest / Mrs Mayor Síofra Ní Éilí Duggan
- First Man / Doctor / Max Conor O'Hara
- Teacher Allie O'Neill
- Burgomaster Nathan Patterson
- Policeman Daniel Tracey
- Company Stage Manager Oliver Kampman
- Deputy Stage Manager Alison O'Shea
- Assistant Stage manager Niamh McGrath
- Production Manager David McGee
- Set Construction Callum Stanley
- Costume Alison Meehan
- Chief LX Peter Bond
- Lighting Programmer Maeve Talbot
- Scenic Artist Arden Tierney
- Sound HOD Bianca Baguio