Notice to Patrons and those who use our building
As each day passes there is an escalation on reported cases of the coronavirus in our country. As we gather large groups of people together we have a responsibility to inform you of our position.
As the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) continues our building will remain closed to the public until further notice.
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Our box office has been in touch with patrons who have already booked for shows to offer a refund or notify them of alternative dates as soon as they become available.
We know that many of our audiences are incredibly committed to what we do as an organisation, and will want to show us support in this challenging time. There are some patrons who have decided not to take a refund, in which case this money will go directly to our work delivering arts in the community.
We thank everyone is advance for their understanding and support, and continue to ask for everyone to look after themselves and each other.
"A pleasingly jaundiced cultural identity caper...This is comedy" - The New York Times
Dublin, 1975. Liam – a 32 county enthusiast - is gathered with friends on the night of his 25th birthday. He and his girlfriend Suzy, a rebellious British runaway, are set to travel north to join the IRA, while their roommates Cian, an idealistic American playwright and his pregnant girlfriend Nora, strive to dissuade Liam from the path he has chosen.
When an unexpected birthday ‘gift’ throws Liam’s plans awry, the friends are thrust into a hilariously tangled web of Fenian tirades, personal loyalties and outstanding ESB bills!Tickets £12/ £10