Our promenade piece sees four amazing actors playing the title role of Mother Teresa in a bold and poetic look at her life.

We have asked our acting ensemble a few quick questions to give you some insight into our international team of performers and theatre-makers. Just click on their headshots to discover more.

Irene Panni

Ensemble

How many languages do you speak? Italian, English and very basic French!

What’s your favourite place in the world? Tuscany because of its beautiful landscapes and how warm and welcoming people are.

Please tell us a random fact about yourself? I have visited 15 different countries in Europe.

Isobel Pilkington

Isobel Pilkington

Ensemble

How many languages do you speak? English only. Currently learning Irish.

What’s your favourite place in the world? Bali – because it’s paradise. It’s a land where you can feel the belief of the people and it just makes you feel warm and hopeful. I’m going to cheat and pick a second place as well, this is Wexford where I sometimes go with some friends and we just hangout away from the world.

What's your hidden talent? I can come up with a killer plot with a lot of twist and turns quite fast.

Megan Smith

Megan Smith

Ensemble

How many languages do you speak? English (native), French (read at uni), basic Spanish

What’s your favourite place in the world? Seven Sisters on the East Sussex Coast. You can go there with any problem to think about and you’ll solve something by the end of your walk.

Please tell us a random fact about yourself? I love making cakes – especially a Victoria sponges!

Olivia Negrean

Olivia Negrean

Ensemble

How many languages do you speak? Three fluently: Romanian, English and Spanish. I can converse in Portuguese, a bit in French and Italian which I understand better than I can speak.

What’s your favourite place in the world? The theatre, the mountains and a place to call home. I need all of these three to be me, dream and feel safe.

Please tell us a random fact about yourself? I have an avocado plant that I grew from a pit and it’s called Ricardo. Just because Ricardo the Avocado sounded like it could be a character in a story, if ever the chance arises.

THE UNBURIED.

THE SAINT OF DARKNESS

by András Visky
translated by Jozefina Komporaly

20 – 25 November 2017

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