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This Lime Tree Bower
EPUB, 60 pages ISBN: 9781780014357Publication Date:
13 May 2015
£4.99 £3.99You save £1.00 (20%)
First Staged:
Crypt Arts Centre, Dublin, 1995; Bush Theatre, London, 1996

This Lime Tree Bower

By Conor McPherson

EPUB £4.99£3.99

  • Winner of the Meyer-Whitworth Award - 1997

A poignant and gripping tale told through three interlinking monologues from the multi-award-winning author of The Weir.

Three young men from a small seaside town near Dublin tell us in overlapping monologues of their inextricably linked lives and the eventful week which was to change things for good...

Conor McPherson's play This Lime Tree Bower was first performed as an Íomhá Ildánach/Fly by Night co-production at the Crypt Arts Centre, Dublin, in September 1995. It was subsequently performed at the Bush Theatre, London, in July 1996.

The play won a Thames TV Award, a Guinness/National Theatre Ingenuity Award and the 1997 Meyer-Whitworth Award.

Conor McPherson adapted and directed a feature film version under the title Saltwater. Released in 2000, it starred Peter McDonald, Brian Cox, Brendan Gleeson and Conor Mullen.

This Lime Tree Bower is also available in the collection Conor McPherson Plays: One.

'People always blame something, don't they?'

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'A touching, marvellously entertaining play which tells a gripping tale with assured panache. This is a piece of real richness'

Daily Telegraph
EPUB, 60 pages ISBN: 9781780014357Publication Date:
13 May 2015
£4.99 £3.99You save £1.00 (20%)

Also by Conor McPherson:

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

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