The Harbour Theatre Company, Argus Angel Award-winners, present a rehearsed reading of writer/artistic director, Eddie Alford’s comedy set in 1970s Ireland and Brighton. It opens in a rural Irish post office where the postmistress listens to all the calls and interrupts as she feels fit. She knows everybody’s business and is the front of all gossip. The action then moves to a Brighton telephone exchange where hilarious complaints and crossed wires are the order of the day. Comic situations prevail due to communication, and the very lack of it.
Time: 9pm - 10:15pm
Genres: Other / Performance / Theatre
Address: Shannon Harbour
No Booking Required