By Conor O’Neill
Billed as ‘an evocative and powerful piece of theatre, harrowing and uniquely thought provoking’, Norman Clements’ How To Bury A Dead Mule, follows the story of a Royal Irish Fusilier as he tries to regain a foothold in society.
Witten by the Richard Clements, grandson of the main character, and directed by Matthew McElhinney, the piece tells of the suffering of a man trying to reintegrate back to civvie street after the horrors of fighting in North Africa, Sicily and Italy during WWII.
With original music and scripting, a star actor and director, be sure not to miss this play.
How To Bury A Dead Mule runs at Belfast’s Lyric Theatre from Tuesday September 6th – Saturday September 10th.
Tickets are between £12 and £18 and shows are on at 8pm with a matinee on the Saturday at 3pm.
For further details visit http://www.lyrictheatre.co.uk or simply phone the box office on 02890 381081