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With the long-awaited and welcome return of live entertainment, an exciting event like no other is on its way to County Clare. The Iron Annie Cabaret will be travelling the country in style, with 15 dates scheduled this autumn including glór on Thursday, November 18 at 8pm.
A unique theatre experience, it will appeal to music fans as much as to book lovers and theatre goers. The Irish Independent described the book Iron Annie as “probably the most ambitious and well-written debut this year.” Now, as producer, Luke Cassidy is bringing that same story to the stage.
The Iron Annie Cabaret tells the story of Aoife, and her doomed relationship with the beautiful but capricious Annie. Set against the backdrop of a larger-than-life criminal underworld of Dundalk, their adventures also take them on a whirlwind road trip across the Irish Sea to offload ten kilos of cocaine swiped from a rival.
A Juncture Arts production, the Iron Annie Cabaret stars actor Eleanor McLoughlin as the inimitable Aoife, and is directed by Peter Moreton, artistic director of Applecart Arts Centre, London. Musical performances feature original material inspired by the book, written and performed by folk duo the Dandelion Few, and newly-formed border punk band False Slag.

For tickets, call glór box office on (065) 684 3103 or visit www.glor.ie

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