'Come on Angel, don't you ever want to fly?' 1948. Cork City's crying. Rations. Unemployment. And those unforgiving clouds. But two girls are plotting a new planet. Kitty's a native, desperate for adventure, and Angel's a blow-in searching for home. Through flying kites, dress-up and play, they leave behind their broken families and war-time grief, and let their fantasies find wings. But what happens when the line gets caught and reality beckons? KITES is a fast-paced, visually striking play about the rite of passage from girlhood to womanhood in post-war Ireland, exploring gender roles, sexuality, friendship, love and rage.