A Skull In Connemara was first performed as part of The Leenane Trilogy alongside 'The Beauty Queen of Leenane' and 'The Lonesome West' (both listed separately).
Despite the fact that he saw his wife die at the wheel of their car, Mick Dowd coped with the inquests and can live with the persistent local rumours. But Mick is also the local grave digger and, when the village graveyard is full, he is the one who has to dig to make room for the new tenants. The trouble is, this time, more than old bones come to the surface.
04 June 1997
Co-produced by Druid and The Royal Court Theatre
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A Skull in Connemara
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