Josie Rourke directs a revival of this Olivier Award-winning play about a family on the brink of poverty.
Outside the village of Ballybeg, southwest of County Donegal, love briefly seems possible for the five Mundy sisters. When their Uncle Jack returns from missionary work in Africa, the family battles poverty after a meager harvest and struggles to raise seven-year-old Michael.
During the Festival of Lughnasa, Pagan and Christian's worlds collide, and the sisters fight each other, love each other and try to survive.
Acclaimed director Josie Rourke helms this production which stars 'Derry Girls' alums Siobhán McSweeney & Louisa Harland, as well as 'Father Ted''s Ardal O’Hanlon.