Arambe Productions Presents

Theatre

An Other Playboy of the Western World???

Dates: 13 Nov - 19 Nov

Show Time: 7.45pm

Tickets: €10 - €14

Previews: 13, 14, Nov €10
Matinees: 18, 19, Nov €10 2pm

Adapted from JM Synge’s classic play, An Other Playboy of the Western World??? tells the story of Christy from the Mountains of Mourne who kills his dad with a hurley.

Arambe Productions’ aim is to afford members of Ireland’s African communities the unique opportunity to express themselves through the art of theatre. Striving to achieve this aim, Arambe produces classic and contemporary plays in the African tradition, as well as reinterpretation of relevant plays in the Irish canon.

 

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