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The Monday Play

Synopsis

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The Class of 39 by PATRICK . GALVIN Ireland 1939
A frightening level of sexual and religious violence is uncovered when Franklin, a lay-teacher and veteran of the Spanish Civil War, arrives at a boys' reform school run by Christian Brothers.
Mouth organ played by PADDY MCGUIGAN
Directed bv ROBERT COOPER BBC Northern Ireland

Contributors

Unknown: Patrick . Galvin
Played By: Paddy McGuigan
Unknown: Robert Cooper
Murphy/Fr Driscoll: Chris Gannon
Franklin: Sean Barrett
Superior: T P McKenna
Brother Tom: Bill Hunter
Brother John: Alan McClelland
Brother Mac: Kevin Flood
Poliiceman/Narator: Alan Barry
Delany: Susan Sheridan
Mercer: Elizabeth Lindsay
Peters: Bernadette Windsor
Rogers: Denise Bryer
Duggan: Mairin Mythen
Mr Delany: John Rogan

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