In an isolated Irish country pub, four middle-aged men spin yarns to impress a young woman visiting from Dublin.
Over pints and 'small ones'.
Funny, offbeat and spellbinding, The Weir is superb theatrical storytelling in the best Irish tradition.
The set design is excellent; Jessica Sinclair pub comes complete with ceiling beams, whitewashed walls and a convincing fake fireplace.- Joan Beal, Arts hub
A cosy set design by Jessica Sinclair Martin- Jason Blake, SMH/eight days a week
Cast are nicely housed on Jessica Sinclair Martin’s comfy pub set. This community of village pub binds these locals.- Martin Portus stage whispers
The set is beautifully and authentically designed by Jessica Sinclair Martin.- Mark Pigott, Sydney Arts Guide
Jessica Sinclair Martin’s naturalistic set is warm and inviting with its whitewashed walls, lit fire and dark wooden beams. You can almost smell the peat smoke and the cosiness emphasises what you can’t see but imagine – the howling wind forever at the door.- Veronica Hannon- SX Gay news
The stage design is absolutely spot on. Jessica Sinclair Martin’s interpretation of an Irish pub is excellent, down to the tiniest details, including a working beer tap.- Sandra Bowden Oz Baby boomers
The warm pub with a low-ish room and fire burning, created by set designer Jessica Sinclair Martin, managed to be sufficiently understated and quietly cozy enough to be effective and even inviting.- Cassie Tongue Aussie theatre