Some Flood (2014)


About The Show

The doomsday prophecies were right. Good thing Noah had stocked up on tinned goods.

The wrong man to survive the apocalypse is the only man left in Ireland. Watch him stagger and fumble through a global catastrophe, while attempting to deal with conspiracy and paranoia at a personal level. As he struggles with his own isolation, delusion and neurosis he attempts to define the great pandemic surrounding him. And any other phenomenon’s that he happens to think of. Noah is a danger unto himself. With no one left to help him, what chance does he have?

John Doran and Kevin Mooney’s first play in collaboration is a darkly comic tale of survival, loneliness and how best to prepare for the worst.



Collaborations Festival, Dublin – March 2014
Cleeres Theatre, Kilkenny – March 2014
Quarter, TCD, Cork – April 2014
Red Door Theatre, Thomastown – July 2014
Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny – July 2014
Cavan Theatre Festival, Cavan – July 2014
Dublin Fringe Festival, Smock Alley, Dublin – September 2014


Noah – Kevin Mooney
Survivor – Eddie Murphy


Directed by John Doran
Produced by John Morton
Production Design by Kate Moylan
Sound Design by Ken McGuire
Lighting Design by Maggie Donovan
Graphic Design by Event Media
Music by Moses Moorhouse
Stage Managed by Aidan Doheny
Photography by Kasia Kaminska


“Both Mooney and Murphy are amusing and affable, sending the audience into peals of laughter at every punch line. They duo are a great onstage pair and together they deliver a very physical and impressive performance. The two men move swiftly from scene to scene with an energy that never wanes.” – Ciara Murphy, The Public Reviews

“This is a goofy, vivacious show, which puts you in the corner with its excessive fake punches.” – Isadora Epstein,

“John Doran directed with urgency over the course of 60 minutes, the pace was manic and both actors excelled.” Liam Murphy, The Munster Express

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