A gripping drama about revenge and absolution, from the award-winning author of Howie the Rookie
Paul has been accidentally shot in the hip by a policeman. Back from hospital, he is bitter and self-pitying. He is also two-timing his wife. Then the policeman appears with an apology, a gun and an extraordinary suggestion...
Mark O'Rowe's first professionally produced play, From Both Hips was first performed by Fishamble Theatre Company at the Little Theatre, Tallaght, in June 1997, transferring to the Project Arts Centre, Dublin, and the Tron Theatre, Glasgow.
"Gripping... like a Russian doll, where everything from seemingly inconsequential lines to crops and phone-calls - interlocking and overlapping - gradually slots into place... a playwright to watch." Irish Times