You Might as Well Live by Sean McMahon Directed by Ken McCormack Thursday 6th October 2016 8pm

Dorothy Parker and Edna St Vincent Millay were two of the most gifted of American literary ladies of the first half of the twentieth century.

They both wrote verse, Dorothy's often wickedly satirical - she was known as the wittiest woman in America - that of Vincent (as she preferred to be called) marvellously sensual and lyrical.

What follows is the slick, witty and sometimes caustic exchange between the two women as they meet somewhere on the way to infinity.

Featuring the live sumptuous jazzy tones of Ursula McHugh and Deirdre Doherty.

Tickets: £8 (includes £1 development donation)

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