Clare gives her confession from the edge of Camlough Lake. She speaks of her life in Newry and her job in the factory with the girls. She speaks of her first love. She speaks of a relationship with a man twice her age. As the darkness of the lake calls out to her, she will do anything to find her peace.Declan Feenan
‘With Dan Sherer’s lyrical staging and Caroline Williamson’s understated, wounded performance…Limbo keeps you silent until the final, shiver-inducing word’ The Guardian
’Grips from start to finish a finely judged performance’ The Scotsman
Caroline Williamson gives a ‘masterclass in subtlety and simplicity’ as a young Catholic girl in this compelling tale from the new generation of Northern Irish writers.
Following critical acclaim at the Underbelly, Edinburgh and York Theatre Royal, the exquisite Limbo transfers to the Arcola for one week only.