An April day in Assagh, a small fishing village in Co. Down.
Around the village pump in the small fishing port of Assagh, a group of its citizens regularly gather to discuss the affairs of the day. As the play develops, two excitements preturb their serenity: the disappearance of a ginger cat belonging to old lady Lucinda, and the apparent disappearance of the local water supply. Is something strange happening in Assagh?
13 December 1954
Produced by Ulster Group Theatre
Grand Opera House
All Souls' Night and other plays
7 Lower CrescentBelfast BT7 1NRCo. AntrimNorthern Ireland
11 Hopefield AveBelfast BT15 5APNorthern Ireland
Information for this entry was taken from the published script, from press cuttings, and from the original production programme held at the Theatre and Performing Arts Archive of the Linen Hall Library, Belfast.
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