The action takes place in a Dublin mobile home site.
Mobile Homes explores the plight of urban caravan dwellers, and how that plight can lead to violence and tragedy. Shea, a young artist, and his pregnant wife, move into a mobile home site and become involved with their new community. Shea struggles to get some fundamental rights and facilities for the occupants, and the landlord resists and retaliates by cutting off the electricity.
Cast doubling is possible. See original production for details.
27 September 1976
Produced by Project Arts Centre
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