The living room of Dermod and Gráinne Gibbons house in Foxrock and the Motel, in the present(1971).
A farcical look at present day (1967) Ireland. Opening in a highly desirable Foxrock house, complete with 18th Century English kitchen - all electric - and moving on to a motel in the Dublin mountains with 84 rooms all named after heroes in Ireland's national struggle. Characters include two husbands, two wives, a discarded mistress and a lecher.
15 March 1971
Produced by Olympia Productions.
In association with Gemini Productions and Dublin Theatre Festival
Selected Plays of Hugh Leonard
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The Patrick Pearse Motel
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