Blood Upon The Rose

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Blood Upon The Rose

Olympia Theatre, Friday 24th May - Saturday 25th May 2019

Blood Upon The Rose, written and directed by Gerry Cunningham is a sad but true, love story set in Dublin during Easter week 1916. The musical/drama “Blood Upon The Rose” will bring you on an emotional rollercoaster that will live long in the memory. Sit back and let us take you right into the heart of Dublin, Easter 1916.

A superb cast of over thirty lead by Lauren McCrory as Grace Gifford and Daniel Donnelly as Joseph Plunkett, retrace the steps of history and bring both knowledge and enjoyment to a well-told story that sowed the seeds of freedom and gave birth to a nation.


Date:
Friday 24th May - Saturday 25th May 2019
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
From €32.50
Address:
Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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