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Bickering brothers Sean and Ciaran are in trouble. Their work as delivery men in Derry has all but dried up as the peace process continues to pressurise their paramilitary clients. In a supposedly peaceful Northern Ireland they are standing at a crossroads, with one last delivery to make and a future to find. As their last 'errand' lands on the doorstep the boys bow to curiosity and take a peek....
Atmospheric and timely, Borderland is the stunning debut of writer Andrew Doyle. In the current political climate of Northern Ireland, Borderland strikes a balance between the myths, loyalties and destruction of the past with new hope in an uncertain future.
'Full of black humour and sharp dialogue' Kirsty Wark, The Guardian
'Intelligent, witty, and often thought-provoking' **** The Times
'An assured debut from a playwright with great promise' The List
'A sharp domestic black comedy, with a touch of mythology and magical realism' The Scotsman