When Max pays Ronan a visit at his restaurant in Dublin, he’s determined to prove to her how far he’s come, but she’s got something bigger to discuss. Over the course of one wine-soaked evening, old wounds are exposed and new truths uncovered.

MEAT is a story of class, consent and how modern Ireland reckons with the transgressions buried in its past. How can one couple navigate their shared history when their memories don’t quite match up?

Performance venues

  • Theatre503 - February 19 - March 14, 2020
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Director's notes

Coming soon.

Creative team

  • Writer: Gillian Greer
  • Director: Lucy Jane Atkinson
  • Set and Costume Design: Rachel Stone
  • Lighting Design: Zia Bergin-Holly
  • Sound Design: Annie May Fletcher
  • Intimacy Director: Adelaide Waldrop
  • Assistant Director: Yusuf Niazi
  • Stage Manager: Bryony Byrne
  • Production Manager: Harry Fearnley-Brown
  • Casting Director: Belinda Norcliffe CDG
  • Stage manager (cover): Angus Chisholm
  • Designer (cover): Eleanor Bull
  • Assistant stage manager: Ruth Collett
  • Photos: Alex Brenner


  • Max: India Mullen
  • Ronan: Sean Fox
  • Jo: Elinor Lawless

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