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Juno and the Paycock

Juno and the Paycock (Play) production archive for QTIX code T0479766441. Details of all Juno and the Paycock archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S3814

Archive Listings

11 Nov 11
  to
26 Feb 12
Lyttelton (National Theatre)
West End, Greater London
Performance Details => Venue archive
21 Sep 11
  to
5 Nov 11
The Abbey Theatre
Dublin, Ireland
Performance Details => Venue archive

Details

Juno and the Paycock archiveSet against the background of the Irish Civil War in 1922 this is the story of the disintegration of a Dublin tenement family. A woman struggles to support her family as her husband struts around town. Then he is left some money and it triggers a spending spree that threatens to bring down the whole family. Running time: 2hrs 40mins

Cast/Performers

Sinead Cusack (Juno), Ciaran Hinds (Captain Jack Boyle), Janet Moran (Maisie Madigan), Risteard Cooper (Joxer Daly), Ronan Raftery (Johnny Boyle), Clare Dunne (Mary Boyle), Gillian McCarthy (First Neighbour), Kevin Murphy (An Irregular Mobilizer), Kieran Gough (Second Irregular), Nick Lee (Charlie Bentham), Sophie Robinson (Second Neighbour), Tom Vaughan Lawlor (Jerry Devine), Cornelius Clarke, Luke Hayden, Dermot Kerrigan, Bernadette McKenna, Brian Martin, Eoin Slattery

Creatives/Company

Author: Sean O'Casey
Producer(s): National Theatre, Abbey Theatre
Director: Howard Davies
Design: Bob Crowley
Sound: Ben Delaney
Music: Anne Rice
Lighting: James Farncombe
Costume: Bob Crowley

Reviews

Reviews


sam: 17Nov11:
everything was somewhat lost on the huge, beautiful and quite inappropriate set ... oh and the door stuck, at least that raised a laugh even if the timing was deeply inappropriate to the thrust of the play

User Reviews

sam (17Nov11): everything was somewhat lost on the huge, beautiful and quite inappropriate set ... oh and the door stuck, at least that raised a laugh even if the timing was deeply inappropriate to the thrust of the play
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