Ireland’s Call

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Ireland’s Call

The New Theatre, Tuesday 2nd July - Saturday 6th July 2019

Follow the lives and family histories of three young men as they grow up in Coolock on Dublin's northside. What shapes them and entices them to a life of crime? Examining issues of class, religion and identity, this new play is an unflinching exploration of the Irish psyche, bringing our collective guilts, secrets and flaws to the surface.

‘A stark anthem to life on the margins' – The Irish Times.


Date:
Tuesday 2nd July - Saturday 6th July 2019
Time:
7.30pm
Price:
From €14
Address:
The New Theatre, Essex Street East, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of The New Theatre, Essex Street East, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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