G.O.D. (Good. Orderly. Direction)

G.O.D. (Good. Orderly. Direction)

G.O.D. (Good. Orderly. Direction)

G.O.D. (Good. Orderly. Direction)


G.O.D. (Good. Orderly. Direction.), guidance from a higher power, whatever helps you stay in active recovery from this day to the next. One day at a time. But what if it all starts to unravel? In the place you feel most protected. Recovery isn’t a straight line, it’s an elastic band. Which can snap back at any moment. Six people, all trying to take their lives back. Working through pain. Working through life. All they can do is, keep coming back.

G.O.D. (Good. Orderly. Direction.) is a raw, visceral new play about the struggles, uncertainty and monotony of recovery.

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  • Caution Alcohol Alcohol
  • Caution Drugs Drugs
  • Caution Intense Adult Intense Adult Themes
  • Caution Strong Language Strong Language


  • Time Period: Contemporary, Present Day
  • Target Audience: Adult


Lee Coffey

Lee Coffey is a writer from Dublin.

His shows include Leper + Chip in Theatre Upstairs, Project Arts Centre, The Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Nominated for the Broadway Baby 5 Star Award and the National Student Drama Award for best play) Electric Picnic, The Lyric Belfast, ...

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