Saturday December 7, 2019

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Long-distance love takes centre stage

10th April, 2016
When We Were Young

Personal lives come under scrutiny in When We Were Young, a new romantic drama by Marion Wyatt, which runs at the Everyman Palace Theatre until April 16. The plot is sparked by emigration, but Wyatt, inspired by her own family history, focuses on the personal consequences rather than the political causes of the theme, as it charts the long-distance relationship between a Cork sailor and his Wexford lover.

Noni Stapleton’s one-woman show about a love affair...

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