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is a one-man play by Sam McCready based on the autobiography of Ulster writer, Robert Harbinson. It is a powerful and entertaining evocation of life in Belfast during the 1930s. Audiences should be prepared to laugh, to cry, even to sing as they hear about the adventures of a young boy who survives by his wits in a city that in so many ways has changed little since then. Growing up in the Protestant enclaves of East Belfast and the Donegall Road, Harbinson passionately celebrates his Orange culture, but in the course of the play he meets a Catholic and through this friendship, he is enlightened and transformed. The play will be performed by well-known Ulster actor Sam McCready.
|Author ||Sam McCready (Sam McCready (from the autobiography by Robert Harbinson)|
Archive :: production:T0959029586, play:S1027287681, venue:V552