Ballyturk is a play by Enda Walsh. Walsh states that Ballyturk should "‘bypass the intellect and go straight to the bones.’"
The play was first performed at the Black Box Theatre, Galway on July 14, 2014 in a co-production between Landmark Productions and the Galway International Arts Festival. and subsequently at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Cork Opera House and National Theatre in London. It was the winner of the award for Best Production at the 2015 Irish Times Theatre Awards
In 2017, the play was revived at the Abbey Theatre  and in early 2018 played at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, NY. In this revival - again produced by Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival - Tadhg Murphy played 1, Mikel Murfi returned as 2 and Olwen Fouere played 3.
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Two unnamed male characters (1, in his late 30s, and 2, in his mid-40s) live in a single-room dwelling and discuss an imaginary town in Ireland called Ballyturk. Later, the rear wall of the dwelling opens to reveal the outside world. A third, older, unnamed male (3) enters from the outside and explains that one must stay and the other leave. The wall closes with 3 outside. After deliberation, 1 leaves to join 3 and 2 stays. The wall reopens and 1 leaves. 2 stays and 1 is replaced in the dwelling by a seven-year-old girl.
- The Guardian, https://www.theguardian.com/stage/2014/sep/21/ballyturk-lyttelton-review-enda-walsh-frenzied-incessant-sententious
- "Press | BALLYTURK by ENDA WALSH". ballyturk.com. Retrieved 2017-03-29.
- Galway International Arts Festival, http://www.giaf.ie/events/ballyturk
- "The Irish Times Theatre Awards 2015". The Irish Times. 23 February 2015.
- Hannigan, Fergus. "Ballyturk - Abbey Theatre - Amharclann na Mainistreach". www.abbeytheatre.ie. Retrieved 2017-03-29.
- "Dark Flights of Fancy in Ballyturk's Small Town". New York Magazine. 15 January 2018.
- Ballyturk, NHB Modern Plays, ISBN 978-1848424197