There's one in every town, and they call her the Pumpgirl. She works in the garage, changes the oil and thinks she's one of the lads. She's sweet on 'No-Helmet' Hammy, but he loves no-one but himself. He's out all night with his racing boys, whilst wife Sinead's off on a joyride of her own, with an ache that's about to be cured.
A turbo-charged race through the diesel fumes and country music of the Armagh badlands. Abbie Spallen's explosively comic play takes us deep into the unspoken thoughts and darkest desires of three lives destined to collide.
Pumpgirl, written by Newry playwright Abbie Spallen, is set in a petrol station just north of the border, located on the wrong side of the fluctuating exchange rate. The business is on its last legs. Battered, faded signs grace the stage - desperate attempts at enticing customers with cheap bottles of cola.
Thurs 23 May at 8pm
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