The Bother with the Brother.

September 15, 2011 § Leave a comment

The Bother with The Brother

Adapted by Val O’Donnell from the writings of
Myles na gCopaleen,
aka Flann O’Brien, aka Brian O’Nolan.

Starring Aidan Jordan
Directed by Ann Russell.
Designed by Maree Kearns

In the centenary year of Myles’ birth The Bother with The Brother
brings to the stage one of his best known and most endearing characters.

Between ourselves, the Government does be callin’ the Brother in for consultations. He’s promised a certain party to stay in town for the duration of The Emergency. Of course, the Brother is an expert on emergencies, havin’ just created the mother and father of all emergencies in the digs, and here I am, left holdin’ the fort, mindin’ the landlady and lookin’ after Arthur.
Is it any wonder me patience is wearin’ thin?

Yes, The Brother is back
and causing havoc in the digs!

Myles, our greatest satirical writer since Swift, brings 1940’s Dublin to life
with his trademark wry humour and razor-sharp observation.

This is Myles na gCopaleen at his mischievous best!

Opens September, 27th (Preview 26th) to October, 15th 2011.
Mon-Sat at 1.10pm (doors open at 12.50pm)
Tickets: Low-price Mondays €8, Tues – Thurs €10, Fri – Sat €12.
Light Lunch available €4.
BOOKING: 086-8784001


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