TADHG STRAY WANDERED IN

Dates: 12 May - 12 May

Tickets: €12

Tadhg Stray doesn’t like when people laugh at him. He sometimes has a terrible temper. And he never knows when to leave a party.

Performed by Eamonn Owens in his stage debut, this 80-minute play is about an impulsive young man trying to find love on the streets of Navan and Paris.

Performed by Eamonn Owens

Directed by Jim Culleton

Designed by Sabine Dargent

Lighting design by Mark Galione

Sound design by Vincent Doherty & Ivan Birthistle

Produced by Ciara Flynn

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