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Three young men from a small seaside town tell of their inextricably linked lives and the eventful week which was to change things for good.
Written by acclaimed Irish playwright Conor McPherson (The Weir, The Night Alive), the award-winning This Lime Tree Bower is a poignant and gripping tale starring Peter Daly (The Mario Rosenstock Show), Stephen Jones (Love/Hate) and David Fennelly (Killing Bono).
This Lime Tree Bower first premiered in 1995. Originally produced and directed at the Crypt Theatre, Dublin by McPherson himself, it later transferred to the Bush Theatre, London.
Why should you see this show?
Come see for yourself the genius of Conor McPherson, one of our greatest living playwrights.
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Running time: 80 min (no interval)
Age suitability: 16+ (sexual content)
Starring Peter Daly, Stephen Jones, David Fennelly
Directed by Eoghan Carrick
Set and Costumes by Alyson Cummins
Lighting Design by Eoin Winning
Produced by Eoin Kilkenny
Images by Ste Murray
Developed at FRINGE LAB with the support of Dublin Fringe Festival
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