Eoin McAndrew knows ‘The Girl Who Was Very Good At Lying’

Eoin McAndrew knows ‘The Girl Who Was Very Good At Lying’

Eoin McAndrew has written ‘The Girl Who Was Very Good At Lying’ which will be performed at the Jermyn Street Theatre as a part of the Footprints Festival – “a celebration of theatre and the people who make it. 43 productions encompassing drama, music, poetry, and comedy; shows to make us laugh, think, and perhaps shed a tear or two.”.

‘The Girl Who Was Very Good At Lying’ or “TGWWVGAL” for short, is a comedy set in a small Northern Irish town with a rich history of cannibalism and orgies – well that is if self-imposed tour guide, Catriona, is too be believed?

Eoin has had plays performed at the Royal Court Theatre, Theatre503, Southwark Playhouse and The Other Room. He’s part of the Royal Courts International Playwriting Group and the BBC Comedy Room. He’s currently a writer and cast member for an untitled BBC Radio Ulster sketch show.

Find out more about Eoin McAndrew – here.
Find out more about the Footprints Festival and how to book tickets – here.