'At Bantry' was a prizewinning play form the previous year's 1916 Commemoration and was presented alongside an Irish Language piece entitled 'An Choinneal'.
When Wolfe TOne managed to attain support from the French fOrces, it inspired confidence in a people to revolt against it's occupying forces. McKenna's verse play retells the story of the 1798 Rebellion.
There was a large number of additional cast members credited as 'Dancers'.
22 August 1967
Presented on the Peacock Stage.
Produced by Abbey Theatre/Amharclann na Mainistreach
Abbey Theatre/Amharclann na Mainistreach
The information for this entry was taken from the original production programme and press cuttings.
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