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|Fri 22 Sep|
Admission free for Culture Night
Culture Night Rehearsed Reading Strange Birth by Teresa DeevyStrange Birth, a one-act play written by Teresa Deevy in the 1940s, is set in the entrance hall of No 19 Mountain View Road on a bright sunny morning. Capturing the brief moment in-between postman Bill Kirwin delivering letters to the house and returning to deliver one letter of particular significance Strange Birth explores the pain, joy and fear of love. Perfectly encapsulated in under 30 minutes Strange Birth illuminates the emotional turmoil of love and loss with Deevy's characteristic delicacy and exquisite dramatic subtlety. Directed by Rebecca Phelan and featuring students from the Theatre Studies & English programmes in Waterford Institute of Technology with kind support from Garter Lane Arts Centre.
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