From James Joyce's DUBLINERS
A tale of booze, bombast and religious confusion!
With a SOIRÉE PERFORMANCE at 7pm on Thursday, Dec 21st, 2023
BEWLEY’S CAFÉ THEATRE is proud to present…
James Joyce’s Grace is a tale of booze, bombast and religious confusion that brilliantly satirises the role of the Catholic Church in early twentieth century Irish life.
When struggling salesman, Tom Kernan, is found drunk and injured in a pub toilet and brought home in disgrace to his long suffering wife, his friends hatch a plot to save him from his errant ways.
This new production of the classic Dubliners story, features the actor and comedian, Terry O’Neill, who brings to life Joyce’s rare collection of characters and takes you on a hilarious journey from purgatory to paradise that is perfect for the Festive Season.
Dubliners, first published in 1914, is one of the great short story collections in the English language. By exploring the lives of his fellow Dublin citizens with unflinching realism, Joyce revealed truths both blasphemous and transcendent.
‘The actor/comedian to watch this year’ The Irish Examiner
‘A rising, scary talent... Terry O’Neill is the real deal’ Irish Independent
‘A fine young performer’ Ryan Tubridy, The Late Late Show
Dec 6th (previews 4th & 5th) to Dec 23rd, 2023
There will be a SOIRÉE SHOW at 7pm on Dec 14th 2023.
Mon-Sat at 1pm (doors open at 12.50pm)
Tickets: Low-price Mon/Tues €10, Wed/Thurs €12, Fri/Sat €15.
SOIRÉE Tickets : €12
Duration: 50 minutes
Age Guidance 12+
Accessibility: We will make every effort to ensure accessibility to our performances. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have a query about access.
CAST AND CREW
PERFORMED BY: Terry O'Neill
DIRECTOR BY Michael James Ford
SET DESIGN BY Sandra Butler
LIGHTING DESIGN: Colm Maher
IMAGE: from a painting by Aidan Hickey