Dublin Carol
Paperback, 50 pages ISBN: 9781854594556Publication Date:
28 Jan 2000
Size: 198mm x 130mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
EPUB, 50 pages ISBN: 9781780014074Publication Date:
12 May 2015
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First Staged:
Royal Court Theatre, London 2000

Dublin Carol

By Conor McPherson

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A magical, compelling play from the author of The Weir.

Present day Dublin. Christmas Eve. Undertaker John Plunkett is sharing memories of funerals over the years and dispensing advice to his young assistant. But the arrival of his daughter Mary – estranged, grown-up – shows him the time has come to face up to his own disastrous past. Otherwise, he will never be able to create some kind of truce with his fear of the future.

Conor McPherson's play Dublin Carol was first performed at the Royal Court Theatre Downstairs, London, in January 2000.

Dublin Carol is also available in the collection Conor McPherson Plays: Two.

Press Quotes

'A theatrical spellbinder'

Daily Telegraph

'McPherson's short play is excellent: tough on love and the causes of love; profoundly sympathetic and damning about the denizens of the drunk tank'

Time Out
Paperback, 50 pages ISBN: 9781854594556Publication Date:
28 Jan 2000
Size: 198mm x 130mm£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)
EPUB, 50 pages ISBN: 9781780014074Publication Date:
12 May 2015
£9.99 £7.99You save £2.00 (20%)

Also by Conor McPherson:

Girl from the North Country
The Night Alive
Conor McPherson Plays: Three
St Nicholas
The Weir
The Veil
Conor McPherson Plays: One
The Birds (stage version)
Come On Over
Shining City
The Dance of Death
Port Authority
The Seafarer
Rum and Vodka
This Lime Tree Bower
The Nest
Conor McPherson Plays: Two
The Good Thief

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