CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED RUGBY PLAY COMES TO THE BARBICAN THEATRE ON 28TH NOVEMBER
Irish Arts UK in association with Verdant Productions has announced that it is bringing the play “Alone It Stands” to London’s Barbican Theatre on November 28th. This special performance will be in aid of the Irish Hospice Foundation (IHF).
Tickets for the special showing cost £50 and this award winning play about rugby and life starts at 8pm. More information on the event is below or simply click here to purchase tickets.
This performance is supported by sponsorship from Patrick Lennon Associates,Kerry London Insurance and Powerday.
Written & Directed by John Breen, this now legendary story is set on 31st October in 1978 when Munster Rugby played the mighty All Blacks in a David v Goliath scenario played out in Thomand Park. Munster Rugby served up one of the sporting stories of the century when they played like their lives depended on it and beat the All Blacks 12-0. With mesmeric ensemble playing – 6 actors recreate 62 roles in re-telling this story that inspires and perspires in the same evening!
The IHF will benefit from the special showing. A national charity in Ireland dedicated to all matters relating to dying, death and bereavement, the IHF is fundraising in the UK for its pioneering Design & Dignity project which aims to improve the physical environment of hospitals for dying patients and their loved ones.
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