The Flanagan Collective
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J runs so fast she bursts in to a million tiny pieces, her atoms unknitting themselves and spreading across the universe. Blair stands on a broken pier with a glass of white wine in one hand and a pint of Guinness in the other, looking up at the stars.
Following folk-hit Beulah (★★★★★ The Scotsman) and Babylon (‘Ruddy gorgeous’ The Guardian), The Flanagan Collective return with a tale of freedom, immortality and planting trees for those who come after us.
A show wound from spoken word, storytelling, soaring live music and good, honest heart and soul.
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