Fly Me To The Moon
Francis and Loretta are community care visitors. Unknown to him, Davy, one of their elderly charges, has had a significant win on the horses. When the cash-strapped women learn that Davy will not be around for a considerable time they are faced with a mouth-watering dilemma.
Initially commissioned by Paines Plough, Fly Me To The Moon was extended for its run at the Grand Opera House and marked Marie's directing debut.
Jones, who also directs the play, has an exceptional knack of portraying the Belfast characters...Congratulations all round.
Irish News Full Review
Jones, who also directs the play, has an exceptional knack of portraying the Belfast characters...Congratulations all round.Anne Hailed
(a) clever, witty romp... The 90 minutes – ahem – fly in, thanks in no small part to Jones’s wonderful writing Andrew Johnston
Culture Northern Ireland Full Review
an entertaining double-hander in which Jones makes a punchy directing debut, coaxing deft performances from Tara Lynne O’Neill and Katie Tumelty Jane Coyle
black humour is skilfully blended with pathos and acute social observation Jane Coyle