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Thirty-Minute Theatre: Eveline


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by James Joyce
Dramatised by Jeremy Paul

Dublin 1912, and young Eveline's life is hard looking after her strict father. But it is eased somewhat with the arrival of Frank, a former sailor on a short holiday from Buenos Aires. He offers her a chance to escape, but the prospect of telling her father terrifies her.


Author: James Joyce
Dramatised by: Jeremy Paul
Music: Guy Woolfenden
Designer: Roy Oxley
Producer: Innes Lloyd
Director: Elsa Bolam
Eveline: Sheelagh Cullen
Little Eveline: Elizabeth Crowther
Mr. Hill: Joe Lynch
Mrs. Hill: Sheila Manahan
Frank: Donal Donnelly
Julia: Mary Duddy
Miss Gavan: Phyllis McMahon
Miss Baggot: Eileen Colgan
Children - Little Keogh: Barry King
Children - Harry: David Howe
Children - Ernest: Spencer Shires
Children - Joey: Roland Pickering

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Thirty-Minute Theatre: Eveline

BBC Two England, 6 March 1968 20.35

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