The play focuses on O’Flaherty’s struggles as he and his colleagues set about the task of protecting those in need from the German occupancy of Rome.
The story is told from the Monsignor’s point of view. It is study of the torment and difficulty in the decisions he undertook in his fight for justice. This is re-enacted through the use of storytelling and various characterisations.
The play is a dramatization of actual events and while careful research has been carried out in its creation, as a dramatic work certain licence has been taken.
Date: February 22nd 2018
Venue:INEC Acoustic Club
Doors Open: 6.30pm