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I am Maura | Newry Arts Festival

Newry Town Hall, Bank Parade, Newry, Co Down, BT34 1DQ
young woman dressed in school uniform acting in show

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This fabulous play by Commedia of Errors is part of the Newry Arts Festival.


Belfast, 2005. Maura is 15 and trying to find a boyfriend. Only she's surrounded by girls and is starting to think she might actually prefer them. Asking questions in school means awkward blushes and detention. Her only guidance is Martine McCutcheon's 'Perfect Moment' and her best mate Ali.
Following its sellout Belfast run and tour, and from the creative team behind the smash hit 'The Gap Year', Commedia of Errors present this hilariously heartfelt look at young love. This pocket-rocket play is back for generations young and old to enjoy

"Director Benjamin Gould has it all sewn up quite sweetly. The script is tight as a drum and Hughes is spot on 100 per cent of the time."

-Culture Crush NI

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There are regular trains to Newry from both Belfast and Dublin, there is a free bus from the rail station to the bus station in the centre of town which is an 8 minute walk to the Town Hall

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