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At the Black Pigs Dyke 1992 - Irish tour

Vincent Woods


Lizzie Boles
Stella McCusker

Young-Lizzie/Sarah Boles/Elizabeth
Diane O’Kelly

Jack Boles/1st hero in Mummers Play
Brendan Laird

Hugh Brolly/2nd hero in Mummers Play
David Wilmot

Michael Flynn/Captain Mummers
Ray McBride

Frank Beirne/Doctor in Mummes Play
Peter Gowen

Tom Fool
Frankie McCafferty

Miss Funny
Deirdre O’Kane

Brendan O’Regan

Cora Smyth

Creative Team

Directed by:
Maelíosa Stafford

Monica Frawley

Lighting Design:
Stephen McManus

Costume Design:
Monica Frawley

Brendan O’Regan

Ray McBride

Production Team

Production Manager
Tony Killeen

Stage Director
Moya McHugh

Stage Manager
Bernie Walsh

Assistant Stage Manager
Angela Duffy

Technician/ Operator
Eamonn Fox, Shannon Light
Anthony Courtney

Set Construction
Alan Clarke

Assisted by
Frank Gleeson

Monica Ennis

Assisted by
Helen Lane
Orfhlaith Stafford

John O’Grady
Bernie Walsh
Alan Clarke
Frank Gleeson
Anthony Courteney
Shannon Light

Masks Construction
Áine Philips

Scenic Artist
Ned McLoughlin

Amelia Stein

Poster Design
Catherine McConville

Assistant to Designer
Matthew Deely

Advertising Mary McPartlanRose Parkinson

Box Office
Ann O’Dea

Front of House
Yvonne Barrett
Linda Barrett
Ethel Burke
Cornelia Murphy
Denise Stafford
Orfhlaith Stafford

Script Editor
Martin Drury

Artistic Director
Maelíosa Stafford

General Manager
Jane Daly

Anne Butler

“a remarkable mix of passion, despair” The Irish Times, Oct 1992

“mystical victory from Druid” The Sunday Press 4 Oct 1992

“a rich and densely layered mosaic of folk memory and myth, set in a time and place that is eternal and unchanging, as cycles of murder and revenge, actual and enacted endlessly repeat” The Sunday Tribune 4 Oct 1992

“stunning new play…spell-binding…savagely funny” Connacht Tribune



Druid Lane Theatre, Galway
30th Sept – 17th Oct (Previews 28th, 29th Sept), 1992

St. Patrick’s Hall, Armagh
20th Oct

Riverside Theatre, Coleraine
21st Oct – 22nd Oct

Ardhowen Theatre, Enniskillen
23rd Oct – 24th Oct

Abbey Centre, Ballyshannon
26th Oct – 27th Oct

Ballinamore Community Centre, Leitrim
29th Oct

Town Hall, Shercock, Cavan
31st Oct

Civic Arts Centre, Belfast
2nd Nov – 7th Nov

Town Hall, Trim, Meath
9th Nov

Town Hall Theatre, Kiltimagh, Mayo
11th Nov

Community Centre, Glenamaddy
12th Nov

St. Mary’s Secondary School, Nenagh
14th Nov

Holy Family Senior School, Ennis
16th Nov

GAA Hall, Tullamore, Offaly
17th Nov

St. Brigid’s Hall, Callan
19th Nov

Theatre Royal, Wexford
21st Nov

St. Michael’s Hall, Ballyduff
23rd Nov

Town Hall, Skibereen, Cork
25th Nov

Siamsa T’re, Tralee, Kerry
26th Nov – 28th Nov

Productions archive:

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