Atmospheric and timely, Borderland is the stunning début by writer, Andrew Doyle.  In the context of Northern Ireland’s current political climate, it strikes a balance between the myths, loyalties and destruction of the past with new hope in an uncertain future.

Bickering brothers Sean (Gerard McCabe, Smiley/Complete Works of Shakespeare/Cinderella) and Ciaran
(Michael Condron, 39 Steps/Game of Thrones/The Boat Factory) are in trouble.  Their work as delivery men has all but dried up as the peace process continues to pressurise their paramilitary clients.  In a supposedly peaceful Northern Ireland they are standing at a crossroads, with one last delivery to make and a future to find.  As their last ‘errand’ lands on the doorstep the boys bow to curiosity and take a peek.