Win tickets to Olivier award-winning play
BRIAN Friel s Olivier award-winning play, Dancing at Lughnasa – a touching reflection of rural Ireland in the 1930s on the brink of industrialisation – returns to London for the first time since its premiere in 1990. And we are giving away five pairs of
BRIAN Friel's Olivier award-winning play, Dancing at Lughnasa - a touching reflection of rural Ireland in the 1930s on the brink of industrialisation - returns to London for the first time since its premiere in 1990.
And we are giving away five pairs of tickets.
Friel's passionate portrait of the five Mundy sisters follows their loss of love and opportunity played out against the echoes of the 20th century, with dark humour, raw energy and tenderness.
Anna Mackmin directs an outstanding cast, featuring Andrea Corr - one quarter of the family Celtic folk/pop group - Niamh Cusack, Michelle Fairley, Finbar Lynch, Susan Lynch, Peter McDonald and Jo Stone-Fewings in this vital, life-affirming play, performed in The Old Vic's unique, intimate "theatre-in-the-round".
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