The short review: it's only on until Saturday and it's awesome so buy tickets now.
The proper review:
It's a 2 person play, done in monologues. Often, I do not enjoy this sort of play. This was not often. It grabs you by the throat from the opening lines and doesn't let go. My attention didn't waver, I wasn't distracted by the audience or the rigging, etc. Both actors, Laoisa Sexton and Michael Mellamphy, were brilliant. I'm only sorry I didn't hear Laoisa's real accent because her inner city Dublin accent was spot on, down to nuance and facial expression and there was a moment where she did another Irish accent so perfectly. John Paul Murphy's script is tight and funny, in a Roddy Doyle-laughing at your own misfortune way. I actually wondered how it played with American audiences - remember how they allegedly issued a glossary when they screened The Committments?
Yes, I may have really enjoyed this play. It runs for about an hour and a half and there's no interval, so don't drink too much beforehand!