Irish Cultural Center

April 20, 2010By Paris UpdateArchive




The Irish Cultural Centre in Paris is putting on an ambitious theater program in the coming months, with four plays in English being performed for free in the lovely setting of a former convent in the fifth arrondissement. The plays are John Murphy’s one-woman show Smallone with Joan Sheehy (April 28-29); a stage adaptation of Moby Dick, performed by Conor Lovett (May 7-8); Little Gem, by Elaine Murphy, starring Anita Reeves, Amelia Crowley and Sarah Green (May 27-29); and Sean Millar’s Silver Stars (June 3-5). A free aperitif is offered before each play, and anyone who attends Smallone and one other play will have a chance to win two round-trip tickets to Dublin. For details, visit the center’s Web site. Reservations (recommended): 01 58 52 10 37 or e-mail.


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