The Gods of the Ozarks

The Gods of the Ozarks

The Civic, Tuesday 20th August - Saturday 24th August 2019

The Gods of the Ozarks – In this new comedy by Matthew Kelly, small-town doctor Jonah Hahn never intended to create a new religion in his tiny 19th century mountain community. But when people are dying and his wife is getting sicker, he has to reconsider the ban on cutting up corpses that holds back his medical understanding… Will this Arkansas community ever be the same in this hilarious tale of ghosts and faith, promises and lies, and the war between science and religion (even after death…).


Date:
Tuesday 20th August - Saturday 24th August 2019
Time:
8.15pm
Price:
€15 | €17
Address:
Civic Theatre, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Ireland

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