Easter Drama in Dublin

Apr 11, 2014 | 0 comments

Based on the legend of Veronica, Sean Walsh’s Easter drama ‘Veil’ will be performed by the Clontarf Players on three nights:
Monday 14th April 8pm – St. John’s Church, Clontarf Road
Tuesday 15th April 8pm – St. Anthony’s Church, Clontarf
Wednesday 16th April 8pm – All Hallows Church, Drumcondra
Saint Veronica

Saint Veronica

“Veronica .. Was there such a person? Unlikely. Her very name – True Image – Vera from the Latin, Icon from the Greek – suggests a fiction. …So… I placed her in the context of a family unit in Jerusalem at that time, then began to stir the ingredients!

“Her mother, Ruth, a good living, hard working jewess;  her father, Azarias, a cleric, legalist, member of the Sanhedrin;  her brother, Misach, possessed, who speaks not a coherent word right the way through the drama until the climax;  her suitor, Benjamin, an impulsive young man with leanings towards the Zealots;  and Sadoc, another member of the Sanhedrin who seeks to manipulate Azarias at an opportune moment…

Sean Walsh

Sean Walsh


“Fiction! All fiction! Names culled from the Old Testament!..”

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