A cutting revival of O'Casey's greatest play to mark the Easter Rising centenaryFrom November 1915 to Easter 1916, as the rebellion builds to a climax half a mile away, the disparate residents of a Dublin tenement go about their lives, peripheral to Ireland’s history.
Sean O’Casey places a fixed lens to watch as a dozen vivid characters come and go – selfless, hilarious and desperate by turns – while the heroic myth of Ireland is fought over elsewhere.
Standing proudly on the South Bank, the National Theatre is a jewel in London's theatrical crown. Ruthlessly dedicated to delivering the best theatre to the masses, they stage a diverse programme of up to 30 productions each year. With Greek tragedies, Shakespearean adaptations, modern masterpieces and everything in-between, they really do have something for everyone. Long live the National.
The next "Stagetext" captioned performance will take place on 19 August 2016 at 7.30pm.
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