Bloody Phoenix: Bewleys rises to the occasion with a lively outdoor performance

Michael James Ford’s play relocates to the Phoenix Park to tell the story of the assassination of Frederick Cavendish and Thomas Henry Burke carried out there in 1882

13th June, 2021
Bloody Phoenix: Bewleys rises to the occasion with a lively outdoor performance
Matthew O'Brien and Melissa Nolan in Michael James Ford’s play Bloody Phoenix

Bloody Phoenix

Bewleys Café Theatre Walkabout Season

At various outdoor locations

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