On Blueberry Hill

Online, Monday 1st November - Sunday 7th November

Following a run in London’s West End with Trafalgar Theatre Productions in 2020, cut short by the Covid-19 pandemic, Olivier Award-winning Fishamble, and current Laureate of Irish Fiction, Sebastian Barry, reunite for a series of digital presentations of On Blueberry Hill in 2021.

Directed by Fishamble’s Jim Culleton, On Blueberry Hill is bursting with humanity, as it explores forgiveness, survival and, ultimately, love.

In Barry’s beautiful style, On Blueberry Hill features best of friends and worst of enemies Christy (Niall Buggy) and PJ (David Ganly), who are destined to share their lives for twenty years. As the two men reflect on the hope and torment of life outside – they slowly uncover the events that have led them to their world with explosive, bittersweet consequences.

• €12 per device. One device per booking.
• A unique link will be emailed to you at 7:30pm on your chosen date


Date:
Monday 1st November - Sunday 7th November
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€12

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