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By Brian Friel
Directed by Laura Powell Eddy
20th – 28th November 2009

Set in a Donegal ‘hedge school’ in 1833, it deals with issues of language, miscommunication and identity.

A hedge school in County Donegal, 1833, just before the potato famine. English soldiers are making the first Ordnance Survey map of the area and changing the Gaelic placenames to English. One of the English soldiers falls in love with the beauty of the landscape and the language of Ireland. He falls in love with an Irishwoman. He disappears…

Part of the Barn’s 2009-2010 Season.

CAST & CREATIVE TEAM

Directed by
Laura Powell Eddy

CAST

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