The Lieutenant of Inishmore run at the Gaiety extended due to demand

The Lieutenant of Inishmore run at the Gaiety extended due to demand

Following on from the success of Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan earlier this year, the Gaitey Theatre will present McDonagh's The Lieuenant of Inishmore from January onwards.

Directed by Andrew Flynn, who also directed The Cripple of Inishmaan, the production will run from January 27 until 14 March next year, due to popular demand.

Flynn also directed A Skull in Connemara which received three nominations in The Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards.

The cast includes Paul Mescal (BBC's Normal People, The Great Gatsby), Darkland's Aisling Kearns, The Young Offender's Alex Murphy and Don Wycherley (Sing Street, Bachelor's Walk) and more.

Tickets are on sale now starting at €18.50 from the Gaiety Theatre and Ticketmaster.

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