The Weir


In a small Irish town, the locals exchange stories round the crackling fire of Brendan's pub to while away the hours one stormy night ...
The Weir at Richmond Theatre

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Overview


Genre: Drama
Venue: Richmond Theatre
Starts: Tuesday 27 February 2018
Closes: Saturday 3 March 2018
Running time:1 hr 30 mins
Age suitability: 12+

Background


Winner of the 1997 Olivier Award for Best New Play, Conor McPherson's chilling, modern classic The Weir embarks on a UK tour to mark its 20th Anniversary year.


A co-production between English Touring Theatre (French Without Tears / winners of 2016 UK Theatre Awards' Best Touring Production for The Herbal Bed), and Mercury Theatre Colchester.


Synopsis


In a small Irish town, the locals exchange stories round the crackling fire of Brendan's pub to while away the hours one stormy night.


As the beer and whisky flows, the arrival of a young stranger, haunted by a secret from her past, turns the tales of folklore into something more unsettling.


One story, however, is more chilling and more real than any of them could have ever imagined.


A shadowy tale delving into the dark corners of human lives.


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Dates


Previews from:Tuesday 27 February 2018

Closes:Saturday 3 March 2018

Performance days & times


Evening:

Tuesday ‑ 7‑30pm

Wednesday ‑ 7‑30pm

Thursday ‑ 7‑30pm

Friday ‑ 7‑30pm

Saturday ‑ 7‑30pm


Matinee:

Wednesday - 2-30pm

Saturday - 2-30pm


Tickets


Standard:
£14.40 - £39.40

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Captioned Performance:

Thu 1 Mar 19.30pm


Audio Described Performance:

Fri 2 Mar 19.30pm


Creatives


Author: Conor McPherson

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