Scene I: Olympus. Scene II: the road that descends Spelga between the Deer's Meadow and Hilltown. Scene III: The bar of a public house in the Mournes.
Having been expelled by Jove from Olympus for stirring up strife, Apollo ends up at the mountains of Mourne. There, he attracts the attentions of good Samaritan Paddy, and of his lady friend Mary who becomes smitten by his charms. Will she elope with Apollo for a life of passion, or remain with Paddy and their pigs forever?
22 January 1926
Produced by Northern Drama League
Apollo in Mourne: Poems, Plays & Stories
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