A High-Octane Production You Won’t Quickly Forget…
The New York Times

“Ballyturk is a world of cartoonish exaggeration, tumbling with madcap fictions, avalanches of props and shrieking impersonations – in short, an Enda Walsh play.” (The Irish Times). Gut-wrenchingly funny and achingly poignant, it scratches beneath the surface of rural Ireland and Walsh’s worlds of Misterman and The Walworth Farce.

The lives of two men unravel quickly over the course of 90 minutes.
Where are they? Who are they? What room is this, and what might be beyond the walls?

Starring Olwen Fouéré, Mikel Murfi and Tadhg Murphy

WINNER – Best Production Irish Times Theatre Awards 2015

Runtime: Approx. 90 minutes with no intermission


Reviews: Ballyturk

A deliciously strange new play from Enda Walsh.

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[Olwen] Fouéré’s is a fascinating performance...Tadgh Murphy, a physical livewire...with Mikel Murfi’s spry physical genius...Manic energy… excellently delivered...

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Richly theatrical experience…
Top 10 Theater Show of the Year

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Enda Walsh’s wilfully cryptic, gorgeously poetic and clownishly physical new play... with fearless physicality that catapults your heart into your mouth... stunning... beautiful... dazzling

[A] high-octane production you won't quickly forget...

A crazy, wildly colourful collision of angst, poetry and slapstick … it’s a play with a heart of deep darkness that's touching and hysterically funny...

Learn More about Ballyturk

Mikel Murphy’s radio interview with Enda Walsh on Ballyturk
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Listen to the soundtrack by Teho Teardo
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Enda Walsh live on TodayFM (Ireland) discussing Ballyturk
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Word of Mouth

Special Events:

Voices On Talkback | THU JAN 11
Following the 8:00 pm performance please join us for an artist talk back.

Opening Night | SUN JAN 14

Inside Circle Dinner | TUE JAN 16

Inside Circle Reception | THU JAN 18


Ballyturk is supported by Culture Ireland | The Jean Stein Foundation | The Nancy Malone Living Trust

Presented in association with piece by piece productions |