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Take a trip to the Emerald Isle in Neptune Theatre’s newest play Stones in His Pockets

Hollywood collides with rural Ireland in Neptune Theatre’s second show of the season, Stones in His Pockets.

Christian Murray, left, and Rhys Bevan-John act out a scene from Neptune Theatre's production of Stones in His Pockets.

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Christian Murray, left, and Rhys Bevan-John act out a scene from Neptune Theatre's production of Stones in His Pockets.

Hollywood collides with rural Ireland in Neptune Theatre’s second show of the season, Stones in His Pockets.

Immerse yourself in the Emerald Isle as actors Rhys Bevan-John and Christian Murray take on the huge job of playing all 13 roles in the production themselves.

A scene from Stones in His Pockets.

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A scene from Stones in His Pockets.

Billed as a “tragicomedy” it follows two local Irishmen Jake and Charlie, who get cast as extras when a Hollywood blockbuster production comes to town. The drama begins when the producers try to change the the real Ireland to fit Hollywood’s idea of “irish”.

Stones in His Pockets, directed Dayna Tekatch, will run for three weeks until November 6 at Neptune’s Fountain hall.

A scene from Stones in His Pockets.

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A scene from Stones in His Pockets.

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