A Love Song for Ulster consists of three plays: The Marriage, The Son and The Daughter.
A Love Song for Ulster chronicles the history of a family from the arranged marriage between John, a stolid, decent Protestant, and Kate, a beautiful impetuous Catholic free spirit, to the 1922 North/South partition to the bombings and atrocities of The Troubles.
The original production also included two musicians.
27 March 1993
Produced by Tricycle Theatre
A Love Song for Ulster
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