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All Souls' Night


  • Drámadóir

    Joseph Tomelty 

  • Suíomh

    The village of Assagh on the County Down coast.

  • Achoimre

    Molly Trainor and Michael Quinn are to be married, and Michael is keen to develop the family's fishing business by buying a bigger boat. While his father, John, seeks to help him get on, his mother, Kathrine, refuses to loan him the money. A tough woman from a hard upbringing, she is grieving desperately for her favoured son Stephen, who has drowned. With the coming of All Souls' Night, Kathrine's anguish at Stephen's death becomes ever-greater, as the background to his tragic death emerges. Meanwhile Michael goes to sea in poor weather to find salvage from a ship wreck, and as night turns to dawn, it becomes apparent that tragedy has struck again. John and Kathrine find themselves alone together, and now must try to find peace in this bitter home.

  • Cinéal Dráma

    Drámaí Ginearálta

    Líon na Míreanna

    Dráma Fada

  • Méid na Fóirne ( Fireann)


  • Méid na Fóirne (Baineann)



Foireann An Chéad Léirithe  
Michael Quinn Maurice O'Callaghan
Katrine Quinn Elizabeth Begley
John Quinn Joseph Tomelty
A Figure James Young
Tom Byers James Connolly (1)
Molly Trainor Noelle Middleton
Mr. Thurston Gerald Pringle (2)
Foireann Léirithe  
Dan Fitzpatrick
Joseph Tomelty
Harold Goldblatt
Bainisteoir Stáitse Dan Fitzpatrick
Dan O'Connell (1)
W. Erskine Mayne


  • Foilsithe i Béarla as

  • Teideal

    All Souls' Night and other plays

  • Damian Smyth

  • Bliain


  • Foilsithe ag

    Lagan Press

  • Seoladh

    7 Lower Crescent
    Belfast BT7 1NR
    Co. Antrim
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  • Críoch

    Gach Limistéar

  • Cinéal Cearta

    Cearta Uilig

  • Teagmháil

    Roma Tomelty

  • Seoladh

    11 Hopefield Ave
    Belfast BT15 5AP
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Information for this entry was taken from the published script, from the original production programme, from press cuttings and from the Theatre and Performing Arts Archive of the Linen Hall Library, Belfast.