A Skull in Connemara

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A Skull in Connemara

The Olympia Theatre, Tuesday 14th August - Saturday 1st September 2018

Decadent Theatre Company and The Olympia Theatre – A Skull in Connemara

Written by acclaimed writer and director of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri Martin Mc Donagh and Starring Pat Shortt.

Decadent Theatre Company and the Olympia Theatre proudly present a new production of Martin McDonagh's very funny black comedy, A Skull in Connemara. Starring Pat Shortt in the lead role as local gravedigger Mick Dowd, A Skull in Connemara will run at The Olympia Theatre from 14th August for 3 weeks only. This production is directed by Andrew Flynn.


Date:
Tuesday 14th August - Saturday 1st September 2018
Time:
2.30pm | 7.30pm
Price:
€21.00+
Address:
Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

Google Map of Olympia Theatre, Dame Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

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