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Under Milk Wood meets Twin Peaks with a soundtrack by Cab Calloway and the Velvet Underground, that’s not where it’s at, but go down that road half a mile and swing a left at Bukowski’s Grave past Son House and Debussy, keep going till you meet Flann O’Brien – He’ll tell you where it is…Tullyglen.
For a long time now world weary beatniks, bomb-makers, old hippies, anarcho-punks, contrarians, outsider artists, suffragettes and fugitives have retreated to rural locations to start afresh. Tullyglen is one such place; a remote Donegal village where everyone has a story and no one wants to tell it; everyone has a hidden dread that someday their chickens are going to come home to roost. Is Tullyglen based on a real village? It might be. Who wants to know?
Having platformed so much of his great catalogue of theatrical greats at previous editions, Little John Nee premiers his newest work with The Tea Dance Triode (Jeremy Howard and Finn Robinson), for the 30th Earagail Arts Festival.
Part of the Earagail Arts Festival: 23 days of music, theatre, visual arts, film, literature, circus & carnival on Ireland’s North West Atlantic seaboard, 7 to 29 July 2018. Visit eaf.ie for further information.