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Saturday, 29th April @7pm

Entry Free

In the mid-1970s, six young men emigrate to London from Mayo in the hope of making their fortunes. Like so many of their generation, they spend their lives in manual labour and construction work. They intended to stay only a little while, make some money and return home as successful men. Now, twenty-something years later (circa 2000), they are still in London. One is successful. The others are broken from lives of hard work and even harder drinking. Five gather in a side room of a London pub to drink to their fallen friend – the only one to make it home, albeit in a coffin. Secrets are revealed and lies are uncovered. The play takes place on the day the winners and the losers of the group meet up to drink to Jackie Flavin’s memory and looks at their lives, lost dreams and their place in a new Ireland.

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