Presented by MALAPROP Theatre

Jericho is about pro wrestling and big questions. Is this the best time to be alive? Does the universe have an arc? Is it naive to think that arc bends towards justice? If you’re a young journalist writing fluff pieces about pop-cultural phenomena while the world burns, would it be more ethical to quit and starve instead? And even if it’s ethical, is it effectual? Jericho is about bad things happening that a lot of people think are good things (and vice versa). It’s also about journalism and treating entertainment like it’s politics (and vice versa). #JERICHOplay

Theatre & Performance
Varies06 — 10 Feb
Brick Hall - The Vaults, Leake Street
1hr 00m
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About the company


MALAPROP is a Dublin-based collective of individually accomplished, emerging theatre-makers. We aim to challenge, delight, and speak to the world we live in (even when imagining different ones).

Work to date includes:
(Spirit of Dublin Fringe & Project Commission Award Winner 2015, Irish Times Cultural Highlight 2015, published by Oberon 2016)
- BlackCatfishMusketeer
(Best New Play Nominee at Dublin Fringe 2016, The Stage Editor’s Top Theatre Pick of Edinburgh Fringe 2017, Exeunt Magazine Top Theatre Recommendation at Edinburgh Fringe 2017)
(Underbelly Edinburgh Fringe 2018, Bewley’s Theatre Commission 2017)
- Everything Not Saved
(Guardian Best Shows of Edinburgh Fringe 2018, The Stage Top Pick EdFringe18, Best Production Nominee and Georganne Aldrich Heller Award at Dublin Fringe 2017, Melbourne Fringe Award 2018)


Director: Claire O’Reilly

Devised by: Dylan Coburn Gray, Claire O’Reilly, Maeve O’Mahony

Cast: Maeve O'Mahony

Dramaturg: Breffni Holahan

Lighting Designer: John Gunning

AV Design: John Gunning and Claire O'Reilly

Poster, Set, Costume Design: Molly O’Cathain

Press & Reviews

The Scotsman
“gripping, entertaining and mind-expanding”

The Stage
“irony tempered by sincerity - or vice versa”

A Younger Theatre
“an energetic and colourful piece”

Fest Magazine
“absorbing, funny, and intellectual”

Broadway World
“highly relevant and exceedingly thought-provoking”

he Outlier
“Unique and relevant...As MALAPROP Theatre continues to develop its distinct approach to theatre-making, it is rather likely that their name will become rather significant in the coming years.”

The Newplex
“Magnificently executed”

The Irish Times
“Jericho has a remarkably true understanding of itself, though; even when its subject is confusion, it never seems confused.”