This play was commissioned and developed during the SEEDS new writing project, a joint initiative between Rough Magic Theatre Company and the Dublin Fringe Festival.
Children's writer Harry Golden went missing during a cliff walk near the family's country home in the north-west of Ireland. When his remains are discovered five years later, his two troubled daughters meet in their childhood home to bury their father. Clara is looking for a fight and Nora's uneasy marriage to Danny is ending. Their oldest friend Rob attempts to keep the peace while Jack, the local undertaker, has his own ghosts to deal with.
20 February 2004
This play was staged as part of Rough Magic in Rep, running in repertory with Take me Away by Gerald Murphy.
Produced by Rough Magic Theatre Company
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