The Approach by Mark O'Rowe


Landmark Productions presents the world premiere of

THE APPROACH | A new play by Mark O’Rowe
written and directed by Mark O’Rowe
starring Cathy Belton, Derbhle Crotty and Aisling O’Sullivan

Running Time: 75 minutes without an interval

Thurs 1 – Sat 24 February 2018 (excl Sundays)
Tickets: €25 – €35
Phone bookings: 01 8819 613
Performance Times: 
Mon – Sat: 7.30pm
Saturday matinees: 10, 17, 24 Feb 2.30pm (Tickets €25)

Tues 27 February – Sat 3 March 2018
Tickets: €15 – €30
Phone bookings: 021 450 1673
Performance Times: Mon – Sat: 8pm

Listen carefully…

Three women.

Three conversations.

As the details of what they share begin to diverge, we realise that a subtle game of survival is being played.

Following their hugely successful collaboration on Howie the Rookie, Mark O’Rowe joins forces again with the award-winning Landmark Productions to present the world premiere of this emotional depth-charge of a play.

Both psychological puzzle and quietly devastating tragedy, The Approach explores the inner lives of Anna, Cora and Denise as they desperately try to make sense of their world.

What will their conversations reveal? And what does each of them have to hide?

Starring three of Ireland’s leading actors: Cathy Belton, Derbhle Crotty and Aisling O’Sullivan, The Approach is Mark O’Rowe’s first new play since the smash hit Our Few and Evil Days.

Watch an interview with Mark O’Rowe | Writer/Director

Writer/Director Mark O’Rowe
is one of Ireland’s leading playwrights. His recent work includes the award-winning Our Few and Evil Days at the Abbey Theatre, and DruidShakespeare, his acclaimed adaptation of Shakespeare’s history plays for Druid Theatre Company. His feature film The Delinquent Season will be released early next year.

Produced by Landmark Productions, the company’s recent work includes the world premieres of Woyzeck in Winter, adapted and directed by Conall Morrison, and Enda Walsh’s Arlington, Ballyturk and Misterman, all co-produced with Galway International Arts Festival; and two operas by Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh, both co-produced with Wide Open Opera, The Last Hotel and The Second Violinist.