Hit Show at The Edinburgh Festival
‘TEN SONGS TO DIE FOR’
A One-Man Show
by Award Winning Actor, Comedian and Poet,
Bar open 7pm
Everyone has a soundtrack to their lives and Owen O’Neill decided to have a think about what songs were important to him and why? He takes the audience on a journey using ten songs which have been integral to the most tragic, comic and joyful moments of his life. Losing his virginity aged 15 to the local bank managers wife and being interrupted by the IRA. How he went on an acid trip and had a fight with four Garden Gnomes. Singing a very inappropriate song in front of the Bishop of Derry.
OWEN O’NEILL is a writer actor poet and stand-up comedian. He has written and performed twelve one-man shows winning a string of awards, including best actor for his off- Broadway play Absolution. He has appeared in five feature films including Michael Collins Mickybo and Me and The General. In 2013 he adapted the Shawshank Redemption for the stage which toured the UK in 2014/15/16 produced by Bill Kenwright productions.
What the critics have said:
O’Neill is a genuine storyteller full of heart and soul he is also very funny. NEW YORK TIMES
He has the turn of phrase of Roddy Doyle and the darkness of Patrick McCabe. Brilliant! THE INDEPENDENT
O’Neill is a master storyteller. This is genuine comedy, funny and deeply moving. THE NEW YORKER