Friday February 21, 2020

Putting an absurdist slant on a traditonal father-son tale

Mark Doherty’s 2004 play Trad charts the emotional and physical journey that a dying father and his ageing son take in a bid to secure the family’s future: that their name lives on.

5th May, 2019
Seamus O’Rourke and Emmet Kirwan in Trad by Mark Doherty


By Mark Doherty

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