Saturday June 6, 2020

McMahon goes old school with a naturalistic family drama

If the influence of institutional religion permeates the plot, Come On Home is nonetheless firmly set in post-Catholic Ireland

22nd July, 2018
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Seán O’Callaghan (Father Aidan Cleary), Kathy Rose O’Brien (Aoife) and Ian Lloyd Anderson (Ray) in Come On Home Pic: Patrick Redmond

Come On Home

Abbey Theatre, on the Peacock Stage, Dublin

Runs until August 4

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