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The Absence of Women

by Owen McCafferty

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He hadn't forgotten i was there - he just didn't care whether i was there or not - it would've been better him forgetting rather than not caring at all. Gerry and Iggy face the ends of their lives in a London hostel. As they drift from present concerns - the funeral of an old drinking partner, the relative sizes of their swollen livers, tube routes, street names, God and the lure of Belfast - to remembering ghosts from long ago, we catch a poignant glimpse of what might have been. Owen McCafferty's "The Absence of Women", heartrending and darkly comic in turn, premiered at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast, in February 2010.

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