The award-winning drama from the writer of Translations, Brian Friel
Harvest time in County Donegal, 1936.
Outside the village of Ballybeg, the five Mundy sisters battle poverty to raise seven-year-old Michael and care for their brother, ‘Uncle’ Jack.
During the Festival of Lughnasa, Pagan and Christian meet and collide. The sisters fight each other, love each other, dance, yearn and survive.
Brian Friel’s Olivier Award-winning play is an astonishing evocation of a family’s world on the brink of change.
Donna Byrne directs this striking play, with a stellar cast
Susan Corbett – Kate Mundy
Lois Dellar – Agnes Mundy
Dawn Hartigan – Chris Mundy
Tamsin Horsfall – Rose Mundy
Susan Walsh – Maggie Mundy
Bill Jackson – Father Jack
Eric Tremblay – Gerry Evans
Steve Walters – Michael Evans
The Production Team
Shelley Walters – Stage Manager
Alexandra Topolski – Producer