Brian Friel’s compelling observation of a vanishing rural community weaves an intricate tale of language, love and politics. Read More >
In 1830s Donegal, British troops attempt to map the landscape and convert the Irish place-names to the King’s English. For the local headmaster, his sons and the handful of Gaelic-speaking villagers, their actions have irrevocable and far-reaching consequences.
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