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Borstal Boy


‘ I went to the gaiety to see the Borstal Boy with Saol clubhouse. I met the other clubhouse members in a coffee shop near St. Stephens’ green. We had refreshments there and then went to the gaiety theatre to see the play. We all sat in the upper ring of the theatre. The show was very entertaining. It was about the troubles in Northern Ireland. The play was a tragic comedy with a lot of singing in it. The play was enjoyed by us all and was good value for money.  I would recommend the play to anybody, as it was so entertaining.  I would go to the theatre again as there is nothing as good as being at a live performance’

Joanne Aherne.


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