Director John Haidar's previous West End credits include acting as assistant director on Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? and associate director on Photograph 51, which starred Nicole Kidman. As it opens at Trafalgar Studios, Haidar writes about directing Enda Walsh's unique play Disco Pigs, 20 years after it first premiered.
We all know what it's like as you grow up. You live, you learn, you love. Friends come, and friends go. But you have just one friend to take on the world with, losing them means everything. Darren and Sinéad were born in the same place at the same time on the same day (it's the first thing you see in John Haidar's new production of Disco Pigs). They grow up hand-in-hand on the streets of Cork, finding... Read more