Kilian was once Coolatully’s pride and joy, its champion on the hurling field. Now the village can’t muster a team. An entire generation vanishes abroad following the recession that devastated rural Ireland. And Killian must face up to the new world, or be lost. Fiona Doyle’s first play is a compassionate and urgent insight into the links between economy and masculinity, and earned Fiona a spot as Michael Coveney’s Most Promising Playwright of the year. It recently transferred to the US and Fiona has since been shortlisted for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize.