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Conversations comes to Tuam from Oranmore

Wednesday, 3rd April, 2019 12:51pm
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Conversations comes to Tuam from Oranmore

Conversational women: Marion Byrne, Vera Kilgallon, Colette Devaney and director Imelda Reynolds.

Conversations comes to Tuam from Oranmore

Conversational women: Marion Byrne, Vera Kilgallon, Colette Devaney and director Imelda Reynolds.

ORANMORE drama group Bualadh Bos are bringing the late Tom Murphy’s play Conversations on a Homecoming to Tuam for a performance in the Mall Theatre on Friday April 12, as part of The Three Rings festival.

Following three successful performances in Oranmore, the company are excited to bring their production to the playwright’s home town.

Set in a West of Ireland pub in 1974, the play tells the story of Michael Ridge’s return from New York after ten years away.

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