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The Mysterious Case of Kitsy Rainey

Written and Performed by Mikel Murfi

Thursday 22nd February, 8pm

€20 Full Price. €18 Concession

Close up portrait of actor and thatremaker mikel murfi wearing a dicky bow and with rouged cheeks and a lined mouth that gives him the appearance of a puppet

Following on from The Man In the Woman's Shoes and I Hear You and Rejoice, this new piece, the third in the series, takes us on a very unusual and otherworldly journey.

Having married Kitsy Rainey late in life, cobbler Pat Farnon finally decides to lift the lid on a life previously lived by his wife. And all the while, Pat faces down his own reckoning.
Tender, heartfelt and joyously funny The Mysterious Case of Kitsy Rainey finishes out Pat Farnon's journey in a most unexpected way.

Murfi is a magical performer - The Times

Astonishing acting…. - New York Times

A miniature masterpiece - Times of London

Extraordinary physical performance… sharp observational comedy - Sunday Times

A physical comedian, blessed with plastic features, and with the vocal range of a ventriloquist, Murfi makes sheep, pigs, dogs, and even bees, come to life -
Irish Theatre Magazine

Supported by

The Mysterious Case of Kitsy Rainey was created with support from Sligo County Council Arts Service, The Hawk’s Well Theatre, Sligo and Irish Arts Center, New York.

Costumier - Amanda Donovan

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