"Who was it they spoke about for days and weeks and months afterwards, the story retold again and again, ’bout how that boy was like a god on the field that day? Damn you. I won’t stand by and watch you rot now."
"Echoes of Brian Friel… Doyle's play tells us, very touchingly, what it is like to be young in rural Ireland today and pins down vividly the tendency to romanticise the past and future to make up for the disquieting present."Guardian
"Doyle's dialogue is instinctive, her characters, distinctive, and her motifs, ripe with meaning."Time Out
"Invokes Martin McDonagh, Conor McPherson or Marina Carr... sad as it is, Doyle's play is also extremely funny... an expressive and memorable play."Exeunt Magazine
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