Director Jordan knows how to make a classic feel invigorating again" The Irish Times
Set in a tenement house, against the backdrop of the Easter Rising in
1916, The Plough and the Stars is both an intimate play about the lives
of ordinary people and an epic play about ideals and the birth of our
Amidst the tumult of political upheaval, Jack and Nora Clitheroe are
'like two turtle doves always billing and cooing', much to the ridicule
of their bustling neighbours. But when Ireland calls, Jack must choose
between love for his wife and duty to his country.
Heartbreaking, disturbing and very funny, The Plough and The Stars is an historic play that every generation needs to see.
Director Wayne Jordan brings the fresh perspective of a new generation to this iconic play.
Cast includes: Kate Brennan, Kelly Campbell, Dara
Devaney, Mark Fitzgerald, Tony Flynn, Gavin Fullam, Joe Hanley, Keith
Hanna, Laurence Kinlan, Frankie McCafferty, Gillian McCarthy, Deirdre
Molloy, Roxanna Nic Liam, Karl Quinn, Gabrielle Reidy and Barry Ward.
Production team includes: Set design: Tom Piper, Costume design: Joan O’Clery, Lighting design: Sinéad McKenn, Composer: Conor Linehan, Sound design: Ben Delaney, Movement: Sue Mythen.
"an exciting clarity and freshness to the play" Irish Theatre Magazine
Tickets: Evening: €30 full or €22.00 - Students/OAPs/Unwaged Matinee: €16