Theater and Pints

One man.  Two sides.  And a World Cup soccer match that could change everything…

Portland’s new Irish theatre company proudly presents smash hit tour de force A NIGHT IN NOVEMBER by internationally acclaimed Belfast playwright Marie Jones (author of the long-running Broadway and West End hit STONES IN HIS POCKETS, among others).  In the divided community of early 1990’s Northern Ireland, one Protestant soccer fan makes the fateful decision to abandon his inheritance of bigotry and intolerance – and the home team – and journey to New York City to support the Republic of Ireland in the 1994 World Cup.  This universal story of personal freedom and reconciliation, told through the medium of soccer, is uplifting, whip smart, and irrepressibly funny.  A delightful evening of unique cultural content and unforgettable craic at Portland landmark location Kells Irish Pub downtown.  Food service available before show, and drinks available before, during, and after! Starring Portland favorite Damon Kupper.

The show will run:
Mon-Wed Feb 17-19, Feb 24-26, and March 3-5
Doors at 7:00, Curtain at 7:30

107ist members can save up to $10 off normal ticket prices.

  • Present your card on opening night only (Monday, February 17) and receive $10 off (so your cost = $15).
  • Present your card at the door to get $5 off the price of admission (normally $25 – so your cost = $20) on any night.

Shows are limited to 75 seats a night and will sell out, so be sure to make a reservation in advance before showing up (no cost or payment online) at:

More info here: corribtheatre.org

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One Response to Theater and Pints

  1. Niall McCusker says:

    Saw this when it first came out, it was excellent. Have seen Damon Kupper a few times as well, I reckon he can pull it off.

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