Milo Twomey

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Dancing at Lughnasa

theatre
Role Gerry
Director Richard Beecham
Royal Theatre Northampton
Directed by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls homeDirected by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home
Directed by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home
Directed by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home
Directed by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home.Directed by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home.Directed by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home.Directed by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home.Directed by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home. by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home.Directed by Richard Beecham, Brian Friel's play is set in Donegal, 1936; a time when life is simple but making ends meet seems impossibly hard.

The five unmarried Mundy sisters laugh, cry and dance together through daily difficulties until their missionary brother returns home from decades in Africa. Frail and different through years living abroad, he challenges the sisters’ relationships within the family. As dusk sets on the only life the sisters have ever known, they question their beliefs and their place within the community, as dreams of love begin to crumble.

Milo plays Gerry, the charming travelling salesman who brings music and laughter into the girls home.
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The entire house turns giddy and jealous with the arrival of Michael's father, the charming and feckless vagabond, Gerry (Milo Twomey), who twirls the beautiful, vulnerable Chrissy around down the lane and up the garden path Lyn Gardner
The Guardian

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