Powerful and poignant portrayal of a fractured midlands family

On Raftery’s Hill is a truly horrifying portrayal of incest, repression and misogyny that arguably feels more relevant now than when it was first performed in 2000

6th May, 2018
Peter Coonan and Lorcan Cranitch in On Rafferty’s Hill by Marina Carr

On Raftery’s Hill

By Marina Carr

Abbey Theatre, Dublin

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