In 1978 a small Irish rugby team faced off against the New Zealand All Blacks. Irish playwright/director John Breen recreates this David vs. Goliath match with six actors playing 62 characters. More…
The All Blacks were rightly considered one of the best rugby teams in history. Ireland was in the grip of a terrible recession and war was waging in Northern Ireland, and this scrappy team from Munster’s surprise victory rocked the island.
Part of the 2019 Origin 1st Irish Festival.
See it if you enjoy fast paced and totally different plays which require some imagination on your part. You know a bit about Irish rugby (can learn).
Don't see it if you know a absolutely nothing about Rugby; you don't like shows with no scenery or props; you prefer straight drama or musicals.
See it if You are a fan of rugby, and small cast Irish plays. This play is quite upbeat, however it is slow with too many subplots.
Don't see it if You have trouble following different characterizations, dont enjoy accents that go in and out, have little knowledge of Ireland and rugby.
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