‘Magicial…It’s a masterpiece, and a total joy.’ (The Independent)’
A heart-warming and bittersweet story about family set in rural 1930’s Ireland, by one of the greatest playwrights of the 20th Century.
Dancing at Lughnasa (pronounced Loona-sa) follows the lives, loves and losses of the Mundy sisters against the backdrop of a rapidly changing world.
With little but each other, their dreams and an old Marconi radio for company, the five women must find meaning in the fleeting joys of everyday life. A richly evocative play about community, memory and sisterhood.