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Fury

Lorraine discovers the shocking truth behind her sister's disappearance in Tom Kelly's gritty drama, a Celtic noir set in West Belfast. With Des McAleer and Kathy Kiera Clarke.

Low level crime and loansharking has replaced the nationalist struggle in the Fury household in West Belfast. The past, however, is never far away and it rears its head forcefully when Lorraine discovers the shocking truth behind her sister's disappearance, years ago, at the height of the Troubles.

The playwright Tom Kelly, himself a native of West Belfast, has written a gritty and powerful drama populated by people who live on the edge of society but who are nonetheless effected by its changes.

Des McAleer and Kathy Kiera Clarke lead the cast in this powerful and sometimes violent drama - a Celtic Noir.

Sound design by Alisdair McGregor
Writen by Tom Kelly
Produced and directed by Boz Temple-Morris

A Holy Mountain production for BBC Radio 4.

45 minutes

Last on

Wed 2 May 2018 14:15

Credits

Role Contributor
Lorraine Kathy Kiera Clarke
Daddy Des McAleer
Gangster Niall McNamee
Cujo Stephen Cavanagh
Tucker Stephen Cavanagh
Ginty Niall Wright
Mary Carla Langley
Writer Tom Kelly
Director Boz Temple-Morris
Producer Boz Temple-Morris

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