Victor’s Dung by Seamus O’Rourke

 

Original Production


Date
Thurs­day 16th Sep­tem­ber 2010

Pro­duc­tion
Pro­duced by the Corn Mill The­atre Group

Venue
Corn Mill The­atre, Car­ri­gallen, Co. Leitrim

Num­ber of Acts
One

Play Type
Com­e­dy

Cast Size
3 Male

Char­ac­ters
Vic­tor Maguire (Cavan farmer, six­ties)
Dung 1 (twenties/thirties)
Dung 2 (twenties/thirties)

Syn­op­sis
Victor’s Dung is set in a farm yard, com­plete with its very own dung heap, out­door toi­let and rather poor broad­band recep­tion. It is the com­ic tale of Vic­tor Maguire, a crude, vul­gar, abrupt, un-PC Cavan farmer who gets a sur­prise one Fri­day morn­ing. We are then tak­en on whirl­wind jour­ney through Victor’s some­what sad and uncon­ven­tion­al life, meet­ing up with many a strange bucko along the way… Hold on to your hats… and your sweets (because there may be Cavan peo­ple in the audi­ence)… this could get messy.

 

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