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€9 for Entry to 'The Tailor of Inverness' at Ballymaloe Grainstore, Shanagarry, Cork (value €18)
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- €9 for entry for one person to 'The Tailor of Inverness' at Ballymaloe Grainstore, Shanagarry, Cork.
- Multi-award winning play in the beautiful surroundings of the Ballymaloe House.
- Shows start at 8pm.
- Valid for shows on Feb 22 & 23.
If you appreciate an evening of theatre that moves, entertains and enlightens in equal measure, then The Tailor of Inverness is for you.
Grab your tickets or this special evening for just €9 for entry for one person to 'The Tailor of Inverness' at Ballymaloe Grainstore, Shanagarry, Co. Cork. Not bad for a theatre ticket that would usually cost €18.
It is the first in a season of ten shows in Ballymaloe Grainstore, the beautiful venue just steps from Ballymaloe House in Shanagarry, Co. Cork. Performances are on Friday 22 and Saturday 22 of February at 8pm.
The Tailor of Inverness has entranced audiences across the world since its premiere in the 2008 Edinburgh Fringe Festival. It dominated the awards, scooping up the prestigious 'Fringe First,' 'Best Solo Performer' and 'Best Actor' as well as rave reviews from critics across the UK. The Observer said it "brilliantly encapsulates the effects of war on individuals, families and societies...a triumph."
Glasgow-born Matthew Zajac's brave biographical play is the story of his father's upheaval during World War II. His father grew up on a farm in Eastern Poland and was taken prisoner by the Soviets in 1939, who forced him to work in a labour camp. He was freed in an amnesty after the German invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941 and then joined the thousands of Poles who travelled to Tehran, then Egypt, to be integrated into the British Army, fighting in North Africa and Italy. He was ultimately resettled in Scotland in 1948, where he became a tailor. The Tailor of Inverness is his story.
“theatre at its best … achieves more power, humour and inventiveness in its 75 minutes than most plays manage in three hours … Zajac’s performance is phenomenal...this should not be missed” - www.onstagescotland.co.uk