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Where Stars Walk

A Play in Three Acts


  • Playwright

    Micheál Mac Liammóir 

  • Setting

    The action of the play takes place in Sophia Sheridan's house in Dublin at the present day.

  • Synopsis

    One of Micheál Mac Liammóir great successes was this romantic comedy about a artistic set who revolve around Sophia Sheridan. The group talk of a play based on the old Irish myth of Etáin and Midhir and they resolve to go back to the Hill of Tara to get to the inspiration of the myth. Meanwhile. Martin, a country boy, is led to Sheridan's house by the stars. Is he to embody the role of Etáin?

  • Play Type

    Plays General

    Number Of Acts


  • Cast Size Male


  • Cast Size Female



Original Cast  
Tommy Millington Christopher Casson
Martin Micheál Mac Liammóir
Sophia Sheridan Coralie Carmichael
Mrs. Dempsey Maureen Delaney
Nigel Brunton Emerton Court
Eileen Meriel Moore
Sheila McCann Shelah Richards
Rex Dillon Roy Irving
Robert Twomey Michael Golden
Production Team  
Director Hilton Edwards
Set Designer Micheál Mac Liammóir
Music Composed by Arthur Duff
Musician Bay Jellett
Press Officer Toska Bissing
Stage Manager Cecil Monson
Assistant Stage Manager James Devoy
Assistant Stage Manager Jean St. Claire
Stage Carpenter Frank Caffrey (1)
Set Painter Molly McEwen
Chief Electrician Frank McEnhill
Business Manager Raymond Percy
Wigs by Alex Dignam (1)



  • Territory

    All Territories

  • Rights Type

    All Rights

  • Contact

    Michael Travers

  • Address

    Inch, Annascaul
    Tralee, Co Kerry
    Republic of Ireland

  • Phone

    +353 (0)66 915 8223 | +353 (0)87 947 5256


The information for this entry was taken from the original production programme, the published script and from press cuttings.