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Date(s) - 18/03/2016-20/03/2016
7:45 pm-10:00 pm

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Central Arts

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central-arts-they-think-its-all-over-e1457619564852A One Man Drama starring Jamie Flynn. and set in Waterford. In the Ireland of 1966, the country is enjoying its first economic boom as living standards are improving, employment is expanding and emigration is in decline. With its own new national television service, Telefis Eireann, showbands to beat the band and free Secondary education on the way, as are the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, the Swinging Sixties have really started to swing! Waterford is a city buzzing and bulging at the seams. New shops, new factories, new schools. And all surrounded by new housing estates and street corners full of restless ‘youths’. Waterford FC have just won their first League of Ireland title and the place has gone Soccer-mad. Fianna Fáil are ten years in government and de Valera seems to be President for life. And with ongoing ‘talks’ on the North, it seems like only a matter of time before the country is ‘all joined up again’ James Ryan is a leaving cert student with his future unclear.He is also a schoolboy Soccer star who would prefer to play for Manchester Utd. He has more than the Proclamation on his mind.Meanwhile, as the GPO beckons, England kick-off against West Germany at Wembley in the World Cup final!

Tickets €10

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