Festival of New London Irish Plays 2018


Following the sell-out of Traitors, Cads and Cowards in 2016, Green Curtain Theatre are staging plays from their second London Irish Play Festival at the Bread and Roses again.

London Irish Play Festival

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Festival type: Performing arts

Region: London

About the festival


Following the sell-out of "Traitors, Cads and Cowards" in 2016, Green Curtain Theatre are staging plays from their second London Irish Play Festival at the Bread and Roses again.


"Mosely Must Fall" by Martin McNamara is the story of some Irish Dockers who went to the aid of their Jewish neighbours as Oswald Mosely and his fascists marched into the East End in 1936.


In the second play: "What's the story?" by Maureen Alcorn, we learn of the wartime exploits of two young Irish woman who came to London in 1940 to nurse.


The final play "The Tragic Carmody" is a play by London Irish artist Brian Whelan that details the trials and tribulations of convincing the art world that your community has something important to say.


All this will lead up to the St Patrick's night special on Saturday March 17th 2018.


Dates


Starts:Monday 12 March 2018

Ends:Saturday 17 March 2018

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Theatre


The Bread & Roses Theatre


68 Clapham Manor St
Clapham
London SW4 6DZ

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