The Time: November 1847
The Place: The Bleeding Horse Public House, Camden Street, Dublin.
It's 1847 and Ireland is in the grip of the most devastating famine of the century. While legendary Dublin poet James Clarence Mangan nears the end of his life, blighted by malnourishment and addiction, Cork poet Francis Sylvester Mahony and unhinged American writer, Edgar Allan Poe arrive in Dublin on a mighty poetic pilgrimage.
The three meet one fateful night at The Bleeding Horse on Camden Street.
21 February 2008
Produced by Roomkeeepers Productions
The New Theatre
2 Palace StreetDublin 2Republic of Ireland
The information for this entry was taken from the original production programme.
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