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VenueCarnegie Hall
From19th October 2005
To19th October 2005
PricesFrom £8.50. To £8.50.
What is currently on at Carnegie Hall (V1112)


Bickering brothers Sean and Ciaran are in trouble. Their work as delivery men has all but dried up as the peace process continues to pressurise their paramilitary clients. In a supposedly peaceful Northern Ireland they are standing at a crossroads, with one last delivery to make and a future to find. As their last 'errand' lands on the doorstep the boys bow to curiosity and take a peek. The unusual little creature they find at the bottom of the box instantly causes the hapless brothers some mysterious inconveniences. On the run and with the clock ticking, Sean and Ciaran face a series of strange encounters both terrifying and darkly funny.
Author Andrew Doyle

Archive :: production:T0628898008, play:S01419908317, venue:V1112

Production details

Borderland is a timely, atmospheric and stunning debut from Derry writer Andrew Doyle. By using the current political climate in Northern Ireland as a starting point a thoughtful clash of loyalty, brotherhood and change unfolds.


Company 7:84 Theatre Company

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