Have A Heart is a 70 minute, one-man tour-de-force written & performed by Seamus Moran.
Directed by Liam Halligan.
The play opens with Ray sitting on what looks like a hospital gurney, with a pillow, a tossed sheet. The set also contains several ‘disconnected’ car-parts, a mobile phone that’s dead, a smashed laptop and a car radio. Ray uses these objects to help him reconstruct his final moments leading up to the serious car accident that brought him to where he is now. He struggles through, as his language breaks down and his memories become disjointed. But he’s clear that the last thing that happened was a huge row with his fiancé that lead to her breaking off their engagement and that the last person he spoke to was Duggan, John, “the old guy in accountings with the tricky-dicky heart”.