Waterford city in the Summer of 1956 and on the beach at Duncannon.
Set during a day-trip to the seaside, The Gods are Angry, Miss Kerr focuses on the lives and dreams of seven Jute Factory workers in Waterford in the mid-50s and recalls the industrial decline of the city following the factory's closure.
01 June 1985
Produced by Red Kettle Theatre Company
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Information for this production was taken from original company programme and contemporary press cuttings.
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