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|Fri 1 Sep|
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Writing Home (NC)Funded by a string of international bestsellers - of dubious literary merit - Daniel Doran's luxurious London life consists of parties, book launches, red carpet events, women and even bigger parties. When his estranged father falls ill, Daniel reluctantly returns home to the rural Irish village of Darlingford. In a small town with no room for celebrities, Daniel must suddenly face the reality of family politics, the old flame he walked out on and the friends and community he left behind. Now an outsider in the town he never felt part of, Daniel is determined to escape back to cosmopolitan London at the first opportunity. But, in a modern comedy about rediscovering your past, Daniel will soon learn that, while there's no substitute for a good cup of coffee, there really is no place like home.
A new take on the classic prodigal son story, with an Irish humour for divesting its main character of his 'notions'.
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