When I Was God, is a searing drama of a father's heartbreaking expectations for his son in sports. We witness through the eyes of a ten year old the longings of a fanatical dad. On the field of dreams, the referee is God--but what happens when God is made man?
John Linehan has been in touch about this play by Conal Creedon
"What a piece of Theatre.if you've not seen them GOOOOOO....
A Norrie whos ol' man wants him to play hurling but the mother thinks its too dagerous and he becomes a soccer ref...... and he about to go out in Dalymount Park to Refer..."
"Conal Creedon is critically acclaimed novelist, playwright and documentary maker. For generations his family have traded in the heart of Cork City, Ireland. Conal continues to live and work on the street where he and his 12 siblings were born and reared."
The action takes place in the CAT theatre, next to Pa Jackson's, from 13th to 31st July, kick off 8.00pm