The Secrets of Primrose Square

Online, Thursday 11th February - Friday 12th February

Welcome to Primrose Square, where life is like a cross between The Valley of the Squinting Windows and The Good Life. All human life is here; love and heartbreak, tragedy and loss, sex, lies and not forgetting outdoor Pilates classes on the Square, followed by chai lattes to go.

At number eighteen, there’s Susan – an ordinary woman dealing with the unimaginable, while her teenage daughter Melissa desperately tries to keep the family together. Next door we have sixty-something Jayne, who’s found love again – or has she?

A visit to Primrose Square provides us with tears, laughter and gossip in equal proportions.

This event will be available to watch for 24 hours from the event starting time.
All bookers will be sent an individual link in their confirmation email to access the event.
This event is filmed without a live audience and presented as an online streamed event

Thursday 11th February - Friday 12th February
€12 per household

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