St. Ann’s Warehouse and Irish Arts Center present
Enda Walsh in NYC

"One of the most dazzling wordsmiths of contemporary theatre."The Guardian


Irish Arts Center presents
Galway International Arts Festival’s

Enda Walsh


at Cybert Tire, site of the future home of Irish Arts Center
726 11th Avenue (near 51st Street)
Please note Rooms can only be accessed via one flight of stairs.

"Haunting, contemplative…the voices of Charlie Murphy, Eileen Walsh and Niall Buggy are guaranteed to take up residence in your head" —Ben Brantley, The New York Times (Critic’s Pick)

"Haunting immersive installation…[an] event to check out"—New York magazine

"Beautiful and haunting"—Vogue

"If you don’t know him, you should"—The New York Times on Enda Walsh

"Walsh at his most Joycean"—The New Yorker on “Kitchen”

"Haunting power" The Guardian

In Room 303, an old man lies alone, waiting, as his time nears an end. / At the age of 6, a girl leaves her bedroom and family home and walks. She never stops. Until now. / In a small kitchen, standing by her sink—a wife wills her own implosion. A trio of installations, each room framing a new voice from Enda Walsh in this absorbing exploration of solitude.

Wednesday – Friday | 6 PM7 PM8 PM

Saturday | 3 PM4 PM5 PM6 PM

Sunday  | 1 PM2 PM3 PM4 PM

Limited capacity of six people per ROOM / 18 people per hour. Audiences experience all three ROOMS within 50 minutes. 

Room 303
Featuring the voice of Niall Buggy

U.S. Premiere

“Memories disappearing as a larger breath takes them. I look down from this bed into the big space beneath me...”

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A Girl’s Bedroom
Featuring the voice of Charlie Murphy

New York Premiere

“My walking turns in on itself – it scratches the edges inside and has me turning back and longing for that room.”

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Featuring the voice of Eileen Walsh

U.S. Premiere

“When I was a little girl I dreamt of falling in love with someone good and living in a comfortable house with a bright kitchen.”

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Enda Walsh’s recent work includes Lazarus, written with David Bowie; The Last Hotel, with music by Donnacha Dennehy; Arlington and Ballyturk (Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival), both of which play the Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s National Theatre, in Spring 2017. Arlington plays St. Ann’s Warehouse in New York from May 3-28, 2017. Walsh won a Tony Award for writing the book for the musical Once in 2012.


Rooms is presented with the support of the Nancy Malone Living Trust.




$20 general
($16 members)

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St. Ann’s Warehouse and Irish Arts Center present
Enda Walsh in New York City

St. Ann’s Warehouse presents
A Landmark Productions / Galway International Arts Festival production

by Enda Walsh

May 3 – 28

at St. Ann’s Warehouse, 45 Water Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

“...Enda Walsh’s brave new world.” —The Guardian

A waiting room, inside a tower: Isla waits for her number to be called. A young dancer finally understands her fate. And a young man faces his stark decision. In a bleak and terrifying world that “echoes Orwell’s 1984” (The Guardian), Enda Walsh dares to imagine a strange and tender love story.