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Saturday-Night Theatre

Synopsis

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A Man Flourishing by Sam Hannabell
Dramatised by Trevor Royle. Ireland, 1798: James Gault, a divinity student, returns from Glasgow to join a company of United Irishmen in the country townland of Ravarra.
In the dangerous and violent days following the rebellion, Gault finds sanctuary with the sinister Dr Bannon of Legg's Lane.
Singers Jane Cassidy and Maurice Leyden
Martin McGinley (fiddle) Directed by Kathryn Baird. BBC Northern Ireland. Stereo

Contributors

Playwright: Trevor Royle
Singer: Jane Cassidy
Singer: Maurice Leyden
Fiddle: Martin McGinley
Director: Kathryn Baird
James Gault: John Hewitt
Luke Bannon: Andrew Dallmeyer
Kate: Brenda Winter
Aeneas Gordon: Maurice O'Callaghan
Aggie: Libby Smith
Fonsy: Paddy Scully
Nugent Mullan: George Shane
Hugh: Trevor Moore
Sim Purdie: Mark Mulholland
Adair: John Keyes
Hazlett: Kevin Flood
Maxwell: Roy Heayberd
Lamont: Wesley Murphy
Treefall: B J Hogg
Trooper: Richard Orr

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Saturday-Night Theatre

BBC Radio 4 FM, 8 October 1988 19.45






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