Join Peter Sheridan as he conjures up the memories and voices of his childhood in Dublin in the 1960s.
Forty-Seven Roses is a coming of age story, peopled with deliciously eccentric characters and bizarre incidents. Brilliantly funny and seriously moving, it pulls at all the emotions and evokes nostalgic memories to entertain and enthrall.
Peter Sheridan is an acclaimed Irish playwright, screenwriter and director. He was one of the founder members of Project Arts Centre in Dublin and received the Rooney Prize for Literature in 1977.
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