Irene Allan features in Camino – a new play at Oran Mor, written by novelist, scriptwriter and veteran TV comedy producer, Sean Hardie (Not The Nine O’Clock News, Spitting Image, Rory Bremner).
The remote shrine of Santamaria Caramonte, (Patron Saint of Misunderstandings and Spiritual Refreshment) lies high up in the Spanish Pyrenees. It’s a treacherous six-day climb – gales, blizzards, snakes, bears, parasites and bandits. Helen and Donald are celebrating 25 years of perfect marriage, Mo and Ken have just about survived ten. What can possibly go right?
Camino runs at Oran Mor from 10 Feb – 15 Feb.
For tickets and more info, click here
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