BEWLEY’S CAFÉ THEATRE @ Powerscourt in association with Mouth on Fire is proud to present...
Directed by Cathal Quinn
Philip Judge as W.B. Yeats, Melissa Nolan as Maud Gonne and Sean Duggan as Thomas Westropp Bennett.
Love, Politics and Proposals!
‘Poets should never marry. The world should thank me for not marrying you’ Maud Gonne
Yeats Besotted charts the relationship between Irish Nobel Laureate W.B. Yeats and his muse and greatest love, Maud Gonne, from their very first meeting in 1889 to Senator Yeats’s resignation from the Seanad in 1928. Ireland was changing rapidly and both were inextricably linked to many of those changes.
Yeats Besotted dramatises the turbulent journey of Yeats and Gonne - he proposed at least four times - and includes the famous divorce debate of 1925 as well as Maud Gonne’s visceral attack on Queen Victoria’s visit to Ireland. The piece incorporates a number of poems Yeats wrote for Gonne, in English and Irish, translated for the very first time by Gabriel Rosenstock.
Set & Costume Design by Rowena Cunningham
Musical Arrangement by Morgan Cooke
BEWLEY’S CAFÉ THEATRE @ POWERSCOURT
We have moved!
Powerscourt Townhouse is directly behind Bewley's Cafe. Walk all the way down Johnson's Court (the lane to the right of Bewley's), the door to Powerscourt is directly in front of you. Take the stairs or lift to the theatre on the top floor. BOOKING for all shows remains the same: www.bewleyscafetheatre.com or 0868784001.
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