Written by one of Northern Ireland's most celebrated playwrights Martin Lynch, this is the painful, shocking, and hilarious story of Northern Ireland's infamous prison, Long Kesh, told through the eyes of prison officers, Republicans and Loyalists, a rich assortment of patriots, scheming opportunists, leaders, wives, escapers, and hypochondriacs.
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About the Author
MARTIN LYNCH is a former writer in residence of Belfast’s Lyric Theatre, Belfast native and one of Northern Ireland’s most well known playwrights. His well known controversial plays include The Interrogation of Ambrose Fogarty Castles in the Air (1983) The Belfast Carmen (2002 with Mark Dougherty) and the hugely popular The History of the Troubles Accordin’ to My Da.