Theatre Gu Leòr, supported by National Theatre of Scotland and Abbey Theatre present:


By Muireann Kelly and Frances Poet


"Beautifully written and powerfully performed... truly unforgettable."

-The Skinny

“Beir abhaile ar marbh / Send home our dead”

- A telegram from Ireland in 1937 inspires the untold story of ten young lads from Achill lost in a Scottish bothy fire. The effects reach across the sea, waking the soul of a young Glasgow boy today struggling to find his voice.

A powerful new play celebrating the music and languages of Scotland and Ireland, with a creative team drawn from both nations.

Accessible to audiences both with and without Gaelic.

Le teileagram à Èirinn ann an 1937 dh’ fhosgail sgeulachd mu dheichnear ghillean òga à Eilean Acla a fhuair bàs ann an tubaiste teine ann am bothan ann an Alba. Is ann an Glaschu an-diugh tha buaidh am bàis a’ dùsgadh anam gille òg ’s e a’ feuchainn ri a ghuth a lorg.

Dealbh-chluich ùr dhrùideach le cànan agus ceòl Alba agus Èireann.

Supported by Creative Scotland and Colmcille. Co-Commssioned by Theatre Gu Leòr and National Theatre of Scotland.

Thursday 13th – Sat 15th September @ Tron Theatre, Glasgow

Wednesday 19th September @ Macrobert Arts Centre, Stirling Friday 21st & Saturday 22nd September @ Eden Court, Inverness Monday 24th September @ Lemon Tree, Aberdeen Thursday 27th – Saturday 29th September @ Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh Friday 5th & Saturday 6th October @ Coláiste Acla, Achill Island

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