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Here

Comes

The

Night

Set - Grace Smart

Director - Jimmy Fay

Lighting - Paul Keogan

Costume - Enda Kenny

 

Written by Rosemary Jenkinson

 

Here Comes The Night tells the story of Vincent and Mary Gallagher living in East Belfast in November 1966. Vincent is trying to finish his short story based on the Easter Rising. Act 2 takes place in the same house in the present day, where Marta, a Polish immigrant, and her husband Jim now live. Marta and Jim want to be left to settle into their home, but their hopes of a quiet life are threatened when the Culture Minister Donna Ni Duineachair arrives with a plan to resurrect the memory of Vincent Gallagher, and bring the shadows of the past back to their home.

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