The Noble Call: A flawed but authentic expression of love and loss

Michael Hartnett’s new play, about the final days of a dying man in a hospice, is extraordinary only in its ordinariness

1st March, 2020
The Noble Call: A flawed but authentic expression of love and loss
Noni Stapleton and Vinnie McCabe in The Noble Call: the play explores the relationship between a dying man and his devoted daughter. Picture: Ku Playford Vallis

The Noble Call

Bewley’s Cafe Theatre, Dublin

Rating: ***

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