VIVE LA

Dates: 07 Jan - 19 Jan

Tickets: €16

A spy thriller. Mummer-style. February 1798. A Frenchman walks into the village of The Naul in North County Dublin. He is, he says, a prisoner-of-war escaped from an English jail. Soon he is training the local United Irishmen. He’s dubbed Vive La for exclaiming “vive la liberte” at every chance. But nothing is quite as it seems that winter of 1798. Life-and-death drama, with in-your-face music set in the heat of revolution. It’s a cracking yarn -based on a true story. Irish Press Reviews “a colourful, sad and heart-warming piece…superbly handled… beautifully directed ” Sunday Independent Metro

Director RAYMOND KEANE

Lighting NICK ANTON

Costume MIRIAM DUFFY

Composer TREVOR KNIGHT

Set MIRIAM DUFFY Cast

SORCHA FOX, CIARAN KENNY, TREVOR KNIGHT, SINEAD MURPHY, DONAL O’KELLY

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