Sunday July 12, 2020

DON’T MISS: Theatre, Festival, Cabaret

28th June, 2015
Clonmel Junction Festival: running from July 3 to 12

Following on from last year’s Streets and Stories, The Unknown Theatre returns with its first, full production, in If Walls Could Talk, a haunting and often humorous story of friendships, failings and finding yourself before it’s too late. In the ruins of an old derelict church, secrets and lies strain friendships to breaking point. During the course of a single night, young lives and loves may be lost or redeemed, but all will be changed...

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