Liz has a problem – her credit cards bills get delivered personally by a bailiff; Elizabeth has a problem – she wants to stop her PhD and leave college; Dearbhal has a problem – it isn’t easy after all being a single mother, sexy – and an evangelical Christian. But all the problems fade into insignificance beside Brian’s – global warming, drought in Africa, tidal waves and special collapse. But what if getting to grips with his problems just makes everyone else’s immeasurably worse? Some Blue Horizon is a bitter, funny glance at what might happen if someone really took their fears in hand and did something about them.
Andrew McIlroy has adapted and directed many plays in Brussels, most notably Three Sisters, Hedda Gabler and Tartoof! (after Molière). He recently won a Channel Four Radio Play Award with ‘The Interpreter’ ; his short stories have been short listed for the prestigious Bridport Prize and the F.E. MacManus Short Story Award.