Enda Walsh's Room 303 is a short monologue inspired by the New Testament's Third Epistle of John and first produced by the Bush Theatre, London, as part of the Sixty-Six Books season on 13 October 2011. It was subsequently shown as an installation at the Galway International Arts Festival in 2014.
The play's action takes place in a 'cheap hotel room'. A stage direction states that 'a Man's voice is heard'. We learn that he is a travelling religious salesman who, confronted by the futility of his existence, has given up his vocation. All that’s left is this hotel room, his ageing body and a fat fly.
The Bush Theatre production was directed by Madani Younis and performed by Niall Buggy, who also performed the piece at the Galway International Arts Festival.