A Night in November archiveNorthern Irish play written in 1995. A Night in November, is a hard and humorous look at the Protestant tradition in Northern Ireland. Kenneth McCallister is a dole clerk who tolerates his marriage, his in-laws and Ulster until, one fateful night in November, as the Republic of Ireland qualifies against Northern Ireland for the World Cup, he finds himself watching not the match, but the sectarian hatred of the crowd. A Night in November follows Kenneth on his rebellious journey as he travels to New York to join the supporters of the Republic's soccer team. Not a play about football but about a man who suddenly realises that he can have a hand in his own destiny.


Matthew Forsythe


Author: Marie Jones
Presented by: Soda Bread Theatre
Director: Matthew McIlhinney
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A Night in November

A Night in November (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0658086471. Details of all A Night in November archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S2336

Archive Listings

11 Aug 21
3 Sep 21
Theatre at the Tabard
Outer London
Greater London

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