The First and Third Acts take place in the sitting-room of the Swinnerton's flat; the Second Act takes place in Maggie's room.
A melodrama in which Eleanore marries Henry, a man much younger than herself. She wishes to settle down into comfortable middle age, but Henry is still into youthful, vigorous activities. Eleanore's main obstacle to slowing him down is Maggie her daughter, with whom he shares many interests. Eleanore first tries to marry Maggie off and then refuses to consent to a trip to the Continent Maggie's been planning with him. Eleanore
25 July 1932
Produced by Abbey Theatre/Amharclann na Mainistreach
Abbey Theatre/Amharclann na Mainistreach
All's Over Then?, by Lennox Robinson
Macmillan and Co.
The Abbey Theatre Archive
Abbey and Peacock Theatres26 Lower Abbey StreetDublin 1Republic of Ireland
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The information for this entry was taken from the original production programme and from press cuttings of the time.
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