Adapted from the author's own novel of the same name.
By the age of ten you knew all about puddin’ clubs and doses of the pox and you smiled sardonically, even though you didn’t know that that’s what you were doing, whenever anyone talked about Santy Claus and the Stork and all that rubbish. And when Joe Soap got married after seven Mass on a weekday you knew that his missus was going to spend her honeymoon the labour ward at the Rotunda. That was how it was on The Hill you learned fast whether you wanted to or not.
04 September 1976
Originally produced by Trio Productions, the play was subsequently restaged at the Regency Airport Hotel, Dublin in the 1980s when it ran for two years and ten months.
17 OaklandsGreystonesCo WicklowRepublic of Ireland
The information for this entry was taken from the author's website www.leedunne.com. Additional information was taken from a promotional flyer for the World Premiere.
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