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Irish Cultural Centre

5 Black's Road

Hammersmith

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W6 9DT

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‘Red Noise,’ A One-Man Show, from Irish Actor/ Comedian Owen O Neill.

Join Owen O’Neill for an evening of poetry, theatrical monologue and stand-up storytelling. Owen manages to blend all three to perfection in his show Red Noise and as part of the show he will read from his latest collection of poetry Licking the Matchbox.

This is Owen’s second volume since returning to his poetry roots. Owen first started performing his poetry in 1985 with Apples and Snakes. His last poetry show Stanza Up Poetry received rave reviews at the Edinburgh Festival and since then he has diversified into stand-up comedy, writing, acting and directing.

Owen O’Neill is a writer, actor of stage and screen, and stand-up comedian. He has written and performed eight one-man plays and has won a string of awards including three Fringe Firsts at the Edinburgh Festival, the Herald Angel award for best play and the Edinburgh Critics Award for best comedy. In 2012 he won best actor for his off-Broadway one-man play Absolution. He has appeared in five feature films including Michael Collins directed by Neil Jordan and The General directed by John Boorman. His short film The Basket Case, which he wrote and directed won best short at the Boston Film Festival in 2010. In 2009 he, along with Dave Johns, adapted The Shawshank Redemption for the stage. Owen rewrote it in 2013 for the Edinburgh Festival and it received five-star reviews from The Times and Scotland on Sunday.

He has the turn of phrase of Roddy Doyle and the darkness of Patrick McCabe’. – The Independent

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