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"Town"
Is an original performance devised and created by students of St. Oliver's Community College, Drogheda

Town is a teeming metropolis. You sense it in flashes and splashes of colour as you move through its grey alleys and streets and malls: the college campus where young women and men study hard, party hard and maybe tonight die hard as Big D mixes up a magic powder laced with something lethal; the old jail where convicts were once hanged, where you can attend therapy on the dingwing or plan to bail out in the heat of a riot; the local library where poetic love stories begin. It's all here. Come and walk the walks and lanes and sidestreets with us. It may look kinda familiar – but it's scary and weird and only love can keep this town together anymore.

Directed by Barbara Carr

Associate Writer: Declan Gorman

The show will run from the 23rd to the 24th of January in the droichead arts Centre at 8 pm Tickets cost €10




St Oliver's community College, Rathmullan rd, Drogheda, Co. Louth

Phone 041-9838390 Fax 041- 9835100

Email: socc@lmetb.ie

Principal: John Halpin

Deputy principals: Mary Donaghy, Una Kirk, Ian Gardiner



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