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Haunting tale of island isolation

Further than the Furthest Thing. By Zinnie Harris, Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin, Until September 6

23rd August, 2008

Further than the Furthest Thing. By Zinnie Harris, Project Arts Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin, Until September 6

In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, almost equidistant from Cape Town and South America, sits the volcanic archipelago of Tristan da Cunha. One of its islands, called Inaccessible Island, is uninhabited; another, Tristan da Cunha, is populated by a couple of hundred people who share seven surnames.

The island forms the loose setting for this Scottish play, which...

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