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Theatre by the Sea

The Mysterious History of Things

A comedy for our times
by Jack Harte

The Viking Theatre, Clontarf,
from 25 July to 6 August, 2016.

The Mysterious History of Things takes a wry look at the current obsession with fame and celebrity. Vanity drives millionaires and vandals to inscribe their names on our city buildings. The desire of people to see their names inscribed in History leads to even more intense and devious stratagems. When two people arrive at the cottage of the Historian, it is clear they are each on a mission. Can history be written to order? Can it be re-written? This light-hearted but provocative comedy pokes fun at the vanity of the rich and powerful and at the most revered accounts of our national past.

Where is The Viking Theatre?

The theatre is located on the beautiful seafront at Clontarf. It is over Connollys pub - The Sheds - 198 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3.
It is a 10 minute drive from the East Link Bridge and there is a large car park across the road from it. Further info and booking details on: vikingtheatredublin.com

What better way to spend a summer evening? A walk on the seafront, a drink in Connollys, and a first class show!