Set in 1986 in Ballinasloe Railway Station.
A Somalian economist explains to an Irish orphan about how he manipulated a fictitious animal compensation scheme and created a vast virtual market in his country which was known as 'the great goat bubble' . He is now on the look out for new territory to try out his 'boom to bust' scheme, predicting the emergence and demise of the Celtic Tiger.
12 July 2012
Produced by Fishamble: The New Play Company and Galway International Arts Festival
The Mick Lally Theatre formerly Druid Lane Theatre
This world premiere was adapted by Julian Gough from his original short story published by The Financial Times and it was also produced as a radio play by BBC Radio 4.
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