Waiting for IKEA premiered at the 2007 Dublin Fringe Festival, and was the first show in the history of the festival to sell out in advance of opening. Chrissie and Jade spend their days in pyjamas; waiting. Waiting for the kettle to boil, waiting for Coronation Street, waiting for the next bit of juicy gossip. They won't shop in Argos because they're waiting for IKEA. Set in the heart of inner city Dublin, where night wear is day wear and bitching is everywhere, Waiting for IKEA uses quick fire wit and old school charm to investigate what lies beneath the surface, what's behind the bling. Waiting for IKEA will appeal to friends of all ages with its unforgettable characters and colourful language. This heart-warming story of friendship, family, community and sunbed obsessive's is back after its sell out run, when you couldn't get tickets for love nor money, and runs at The Mill Theatre from January 27th to 31st and at The Axis, Ballymun from February 2nd to 6th.