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The Big Fellah

by Richard Bean

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Shortlisted for the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Best Theatre Play 2011Young New Yorker Michael Doyle decides to live up to his Irish heritage by joining the IRA. He's recruited by Costello, the charismatic 'Big Fellah', who wants to use Doyle's brownstone apartment in The Bronx as a safe house for an escaped killer. But it soon becomes clear that someone is leaking information to the FBI ... Set among Irish Americans in New York, Richard Bean's dark, glinting, funny play spans three turbulent decades. A boisterous and witty story of loyalty, disillusionment and betrayal.'This.… (more)
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Shortlisted for the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Best Theatre Play 2011Young New Yorker Michael Doyle decides to live up to his Irish heritage by joining the IRA. He's recruited by Costello, the charismatic 'Big Fellah', who wants to use Doyle's brownstone apartment in The Bronx as a safe house for an escaped killer. But it soon becomes clear that someone is leaking information to the FBI ... Set among Irish Americans in New York, Richard Bean's dark, glinting, funny play spans three turbulent decades. A boisterous and witty story of loyalty, disillusionment and betrayal.'This.

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