Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me

a Library Theatre production of

An Englishman, an Irishman, and an American are locked up together in a cell somewhere in the Middle East. Powerless to change their seemingly hopeless situation, how will they live together, and more importantly, how will they survive?

Inspired by Belfast teacher Brian Keenan’s four-year captivity at the hands of militant group Islamic Jihad in Beirut, Frank McGuinness asks whether their humour, wit, and faith is enough to see them through.

“A gloriously rich piece of theatre, by turns ironic, touching, and terrifying.” (Daily Mail)

“A powerful act of the imagination and a celebration of the human spirit.” (Daily Telegraph)

THIS PLAY CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE