Until 31 Dec 2005. The arrival of the De La Mare Theatre Company in the sleepy little seaside town of Inish signals the beginning of a series of dramatic events, from arson to murder, from suicide to robbery. Could it be just a coincidence? First performed in 1933, this disquieting comedy explores the relationship between theatre and reality in an amusing send-up of small-town politics and arty pretension. The central character of actor-manager Hector De La Mare shares many traits with the author of Drama at Inish, Lennox Robinson, who helped set up a small touring theatre company, the Dublin Drama League, in 1918. Directed by Jim Nolan with Anna Manahan in the role of Constance Constantia. Admission 30, 25, 20, 15, 12 (concession), Sat matinee all tickets 15. Mon-Sat 20.00, Sat matinee 14.30.
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Drama at Inish at the Abbey Theatre.
The Abbey Theatre, 26 Lower Abbey Street (off O'Connell Street), Dublin 1. By DART (train): Tara Street & Connolly Stations. By Luas: Red line to Abbey Street. By bus: all lines to central Dublin. Tel. +35 318787222, email: email@example.com.