"WHAT GOOD IS LOOKING WELL WHEN YOU'RE ROTTEN ON THE INSIDE" BY Emma O'Grady One month before his death, retired civil servant and man of few words Paddy O’Grady had a sudden urge to talk. Using a cassette tape recorder he recorded 15 hours of material: absurd fictional stories; musings on life, love and death and memories of life as a civil servant. Paddy’s granddaughter, Emma O’Grady, later discovered he had written plays and poems in the 1950s and until now his work has been without an audience. This criticallyacclaimed show about emotional inheritance and grief for wasted creativity examines the fragile personas we present to the world, who we might be behind them and what we could be instead. Supported by the Arts Council.