A new play 'Limbo' a new play exposing the warts and all realities of asylum seekers in modern Ireland has opened at the Crypt Theatre in Dublin.
The play is set in a Health Board office and documents the experiences of asylum seekers and refugees.
Blatant racism, bungling bureaucracy, and exploitation
Sharon Ní Bheoláin spoke to playwright and director Eithne McGuinness, and Peter O'Mahony Chief Executive of the Irish Refugee Council. O'Mahony describes the problems facing asylum seekers including "cultural differences" and "misunderstandings in relation to language".
An RTÉ News report broadcast on 28 September 2000.