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After 18 years abroad, Mrs. Clandon returns to England with her unruly teenage twins and forthright daughter. They set up residence in a seaside hotel. Their new life becomes increasingly complicated by her estranged husband and a love-struck dentist. Can a mysterious waiter help them all to live happily ever after? Bernard Shaw's dazzling wit makes You Never Can Tell a joyful and unpredictable battle of the sexes.Performers Niall Buggy (Walter the Waiter), Gerard Byrne (Mr Crampton), Denis Conway (Bohun), Rory Corcoran (Jo - another waiter), Nick Dunning (Finch McComas), Emilie Hetland (The Parlor Maid), Genevieve Hulme-Beaman (Dolly), Eleanor Methven (Mrs Clandon), James Murphy (Philip), Caoimhe O'Malley (Gloria), Paul Reid (Velentine).
Author George Bernard Shaw (1896). Producer Abbey Theatre Dublin. Director Conall Morrison. Design Liam Doona. Costume Joan O'Clery. Lighting Ben Ormerod. Music Conor Linehan. Sound Conor Linehan. Director Muirne Bloomer (movement director).
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