What The Animals Say – A Play, A Pie and A Pint

David Ireland’s What The Animals Say comes to Oran Mor this June, and features BAA’s Kevin Lennon.

The waiting room for the Stranraer to Belfast ferry. Two old schoolfriends bump into each other. Jimmy Culver is an out of work actor on his way to the biggest audition of his life. Eddie Harrison is the captain of Celtic and one of the world’s most famous and controversial footballers. What happens next will change both their lives forever.

Runs Mon, 03 June, 2019 — Sat, 08 June, 2019

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