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Murder of Crows by Lee Coffey features at Garter Lane Theatre on February 13th, 14th and 15th. Produced by Theatre Upstairs and Bitter Like A Lemon the show is a stunning portrayal of three schoolgirls caught in an environment one reviewer described as:

". . . . a cross between ‘Apocalypse Now’ and ‘Lord of the Flies’."

Murder of Crows showcases the considerable ensemble acting of Amilia Stewart (pictured), Aisling O’Mara, and Katie Honan, with direction by Karl Shiels, better known to many as his character Robbie Quinn in the RTE series ‘Fair City’.

The Garter Lane run will have two evening performances, February 13th and 15th.

A matinee performance on February 14th will be followed by a ‘Meet the Makers’ workshop featuring a discussion with the team who created the play.

Tickets are now on sale at Garter Lane: or

051-855038, €15 (Concession €13).


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