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Written by John Kennedy, directed by John Morton, produced by Ken McGuire, Angela Barrett and Paddy Dunne. Shifting played 18th - 23rd April in Kilkenny Arts Office as part of In The Future When All's Well. It turned out to be our biggest hit of the year.
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