The Last Days of the Celtic Tiger

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The Last Days of the Celtic Tiger
The Last Days of the Celtic Tiger poster.jpg
Written by Paul Howard
Characters Ross O'Carroll-Kelly
Charles O'Carroll-Kelly
Fionnuala O'Carroll-Kelly
Sorcha O'Carroll-Kelly-Lalor
Ronan Masterson
Date premiered 8 November 2007
Place premiered Olympia Theatre, Dublin, Ireland
Series Ross O'Carroll-Kelly
Genre Comedy
Setting Dublin

The Last Days of the Celtic Tiger is a 2007 play by Irish writer Paul Howard, as part of the Ross O'Carroll-Kelly series.[1] It had its world premiere on November 8, 2007 at the Olympia Theatre, Dublin produced by Landmark Productions.[2][3][4][5]

The title is a reference to the Celtic Tiger, a period of prosperity in the Republic of Ireland from c.1992–2006.

Plot[edit]

The Celtic Tiger finishes but the same bad news arises as This Champagne Mojito Is The Last Thing I Own.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Log In or Sign Up to View". 
  2. ^ Productions, Landmark. "The Last Days of the Celtic Tiger". 
  3. ^ http://www.irishplayography.com/play.aspx?playid=32475
  4. ^ O'Loughlin., Writing.ie. Editor Vanessa (21 September 2011). "Paul Howard – Ross O'Carroll-Kelly". 
  5. ^ "Three people in the arts world discuss the difficulties of making a living while pursuing their craft". 19 January 2016.