Back by popular demand!
Guerilla Days In Ireland returns to The Olympia Theatre for a run of 7 shows from Monday 1st April Saturday 6th April 2013.
'A shattering experience… beg, borrow, steal a ticket, but get to see it!' Irish Examiner
Adapted and Directed for the stage by Neil Pearson. Following the sell out run at The Olympia last year, the smash show Guerilla Days in Ireland returns to the venue by popular demand for a run of seven shows from April 1st to April 6th prior to a national tour in 2013.
Admired by Che Guevara, feared by the British Army, loved by the people he led.
Tom Barry, legendary Commander of the West Cork Flying Column, survived the War of Independence to tell his incredible story. Barry led a volunteer army in a hide-and-seek campaign of guerilla warfare, matching wits against an enemy of overwhelming strength and power. His biographical story inspired the award winning film The Wind That Shakes The Barley.
Guerilla Days in Ireland is Barry’s compelling first-hand account of the struggle for independence in Cork – the Rebel County.
Guerilla Days in Ireland, an adaptation of Guerilla Days in Ireland by Tom Barry, copyright Mercier Press Cork, 2009.
'A beautiful war drama…the audience greeted the play with a standing ovation'
- Evening Echo
Tickets are available online at Ticketmaster and directly from the Olympia Theatre Box Office.