This quirky, funny, romantic, shocking play is both engaging and thought provoking.  Featuring a talented duo of up-and-coming actors.  Based on hours of off-the-record conversations with people across Northern Ireland about race and modern relationships. This is fresh modern theatre delivered with raw talent and simplicity.

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Melissa Dean and Stefan Dunbar rehearse the final scene of Me You Us Them

Me You Us Them uses a series of monologues and dialogues that are as powerful, quirky and unexpected as anything Terra Nova’s track record of previous exciting work.  You'll walk out of the theatre entertained, with plenty talk about. The play is (just) free of strong language and is suitable for young people aged 12 and up.

You can catch public performances at:
The Marketplace Theatre Armagh 11am and 8pm, March 15  Book Tickets 

The Riverside Theatre, Coleraine 8pm, March 21   Book Tickets

The Seamus Heaney Home Place, Bellaghy 7pm, March 22  Book Tickets

The Down Arts Centre, Downpatrick 8pm, March 23  Book Tickets

12-13 Shaftsbury Square, Belfast 8pm, March 28 and 29  Book Tickets