1 - 18 March 2023
Written by Christian O’Reilly
Directed by Marc Mac Lochlainn
Dates: 1 – 18 Mar 2023
On the Peacock stage
(No performance on 17 March, St Patrick’s Day)
Previews: 1 – 2 March
Schools performances Mon – Fri, 10am & 12pm
4 March, 2.30pm & 4.30pm
11 March, 2.30pm & 4.30pm
16 March, 12 pm
18 March, 2.30pm & 4.30pm
Child €8 – €10
Adult €12 – €14
Family (4 people) €30 – €36
Running time: Approx. 60 minutes
For ages 8 plus, 2nd class (Primary School) upwards.
For school group bookings & ticket pricing, please contact Abbey Theatre box office by email at email@example.com or phone (01) 87 87 222.
'Branar has become renowned for magical storytelling' - Irish Independent
The Table lies at the heart of the Ó Flatharta home.
Crafted from the felled tree of their ancestors, down through the generations the family have rested cradles upon it, children played underneath it, adults rejoiced at it and goodbyes were said over it.
A trick is played, a deal is made, a family is changed forever. The Table that brought them together now stands between them.
Branar sensitively explores the impact of the Civil War through this resonant story of how a family can be divided. Written by Christian O’Reilly and directed by Marc Mac Lochlainn, The Table is performed by an ensemble cast.
The Table was originally developed with the assistance of a Commemoration Bursary, named for Billy Scott, from the Abbey Theatre/Amharclann na Mainistreach.
- Cast: Bob Kelly
- Cast: Eoin O'Dubhghaill
- Cast: Grace Kiely
- Cast: Helen Gregg
- Cast: Martha Dunlea
- Director: Marc Mac Lochlainn
- Writer: Christian O’Reilly
- Set Designer: Maeve Clancy
- Music Composer: Michael Chang
- Costume Designer: Miriam Donohue
- Lighting Designer: Sebastian Pizarro
- Puppet Design and Maker: Ger Clancy
- Executive Producer: Joanne Beirne
- Line Producer: Niamh Ní Fhlatharta
- Marketing: Noel Minogue
- PR: Kate Bowe
- Photography: John McMahon