DATE: Sunday 2 October VENUE: Blake’s Level 7 TIME: 2pm (duration 40 mins) TICKETS: £5

Adapted from Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, the semi-autobiogrphical novel by James Joyce, and directed by Prin Duignan, this one-man show presents Patrick McEneaney as the Young Stephen Dedalus. The young boy’s idyllic life is turned around as he spends his first term at boarding school. We follow Stephen through his isolation and loneliness to a new sense of freedom but then he returns home to a household torn down the middle by the political turmoil caused by Charles Stewart Parnell’s affair with Kitty O’Shea. 

Splódar Theatre company are based in the Glens Centre in Manorhamilton.



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