“THERE’S TWO ways you can go on this job: My way or the highway,” so says Joe, played by Lawrence Tierney in Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs.
Reservoir Dogs was Tarantino’s first feature film in 1992, and it announced in controversial style that an important new film-maker had arrived.
The story is set around a bungled jewellery store robbery. Each gangster is assigned a colour, and instructed not to discuss each other's personal background to minimise the chances of their being traced if someone were to be caught.
The film’s mixture of mob violence, razor sharp wit, and pop culture references has been worked into a stage adaptation by actor and director Graham Feeley (Kings, Blood Sweat and Wars ), and it will be staged in the Town Hall Studio from Monday January 25 to Saturday 30 at 8.30pm.
The cast includes Barry Keane, Mike O’Malley, Jude Quigley, David Sullivan, Ollie Keogh, Stephen Burns, Paddy Carter, Steve Cantrell, and Mark McCormack.
Tickets are available from the Town Hall on 091 - 569777.