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New play from Ballinasloe writer Shane Burke

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Old Flames

The relationship between two sisters is put to the test when an ex-boyfriend is hired to paint their house in a new comedy by Ballinasloe writer Shane Burke.

In Old Flames, which is currently on at Dublin's New Theatre, Abbie's sister decides to get their home painted but she fails to mention who she has in mind for the job. Enter Eddie, Abbie's ex and his impulsive young colleague. Is this is a simple girl-meets-ex-boyfriend, or are there deeper motives at play? 

Old Flames is directed by Andrew Deering and stars Ashleigh Dorrell, Cal Kenealy, Cormac McDonagh and Aoife Molony.

Shane Burke's previous writing for the stage includes Flipside (2011), The Horse Trading Diaries (2012) and Forget Me Not.

The production runs until August 9 at Dublin's New Theatre on Essex Street. Tickets are €15.00 (€12.00 with concession).

Further details at www.runamoktheatre.com.

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