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Maeve Binchy's Aches & Pains - adapted by Shay Linehan

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Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre

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A96 DE61 Dalkey

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“Aches and Pains is Maeve at her wisest, funniest, and most tongue-in-cheek”.

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Maeve Binchy’s Aches and Pains adapted by Shay Linehan.

Directed by Margaret Dunne, starring Michael Heavey and Margaret Toomey.

When the late, great Maeve Binchy went into hospital for a hip replacement some years ago, what did she do? Play the martyr? Complain and wait to get better? Not a bit of it; that was never Maeve. What she did do, was write a ‘Cheer Up’ book.

“Aches and Pains is Maeve at her wisest, funniest, and most tongue-in-cheek”.

Shay Linehan captured the essence of Maeve’s book in this one-hour, sensitive, laugh-out-loud adaptation.

Covid19 Certificate must be produced to attend the event.

Tickets €17.95 (Plus Booking Fees).

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Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre

Castle Street

A96 DE61 Dalkey

Ireland

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Dating back to 700AD, Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre offers a guided tour experience. Visitors can learn about the Castle’s history from Early Christian, through Viking, Medieval, Tudor and Victorian times to the present day. Costumed actors bring the history to colourful life. Situated in the picturesque, coastal, heritage town of Dalkey, the Castle also houses a Writers’ Gallery which celebrates the work of great Irish writers and creative artists from Joyce to Bono and Beckett to Maeve Binchy. These writers are further celebrated in Guided Literary Walks in the town and two bespoke literary stage shows (evenings only) performed internally in comfortable surroundings against the beautiful backdrop of St Begnet’s Church & Graveyard.  

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