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Tuam writer brings dark comedy to Bewleys stage

Wednesday, 12th September, 2018 11:10am

Story by Jacqueline Hogge
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Tuam writer brings dark comedy to Bewleys stage

Sarah Jane Scott

Tuam writer brings dark comedy to Bewleys stage

Sarah Jane Scott

A TUAM writer and actor is bringing her darkly comic tale of finding love in rural Ireland to the Dublin Fringe Festival this month.
Sarah Jane Scott, daughter of Cathal and Sally Reynolds, High Street, will take to the stage at Bewleys Café Theatre with her play, Appropriate, involving a bride who flees her own reception.

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