Ebook, 59 pages ISBN: 9781788506878Publication Date:
20 Apr 2023
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First Staged:
Tall Tales, Solstice Arts Centre, 2010


By Deirdre Kinahan

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Two lost souls – a young heroin addict and a reclusive middle-aged farmer – discover a budding friendship in the bogs of Meath, until a terrible secret comes to light.

Deirdre Kinahan's short play Bogboy was originally written as a radio play for RTÉ. It was first staged by Tall Tales theatre company at Solstice Arts Centre in 2010.

The play is also available in the collection Deirdre Kinahan: Shorts.

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'Creates an atmosphere thick with dread and loneliness, with pungent, pared-down language'

New York Times
Ebook,59 pages ISBN: 9781788506878Publication Date:
20 Apr 2023
£4.99 £3.99You save £1.00 (20%)

Also by Deirdre Kinahan:

The Unmanageable Sisters
Deirdre Kinahan: Shorts
An Old Song, Half Forgotten
Rathmines Road
Raging: Wild Sky
Halcyon Days
Raging: Three Plays/Seven Years of Warfare in Ireland
Raging: Embargo
Raging: Outrage
The Saviour
Hue & Cry
Salad Day
Wild Notes
Bé Carna

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