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Sunday Play: Juno and the Paycock


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Sean O'Casey 's best-loved play, set in Dublin in 1922, takes a curiously contemporary look at the endlessly sacrificing wife trapped by a thoughtless husband. Starring
Pauline McLynn as Juno, and Owen Roe as the Paycock. with Conor Grimes. JJ Murphy , Richard Orr. Simon Magill and Jim Duran
Music performed by Neil Martin Director Pam Brighton


Unknown: Sean O'Casey
Unknown: Pauline McLynn
Unknown: Owen Roe
Unknown: Conor Grimes.
Unknown: Jj Murphy
Unknown: Richard Orr.
Unknown: Simon Magill
Unknown: Jim Duran
Unknown: Neil Martin
Director: Pam Brighton
Joxer: Garrett Keogh
Johnny: Luke Griffin
Mary: Cathy Belton
Bentham: Oarragh Kelly
Gerry: Vincent Higgins
Maisie Madigan: Marie Jones
Mrs Tancred: Maureen Dow

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Sunday Play: Juno and the Paycock

BBC Radio 3, 23 November 1997 19.30

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