A fable about tradition in a mad place, Trad is the hilarious tale of the very old Thomas and his even more ancient ‘da'. When Thomas reveals that he once fathered a son in a long-ago fling, the pair set off across the Irish countryside to seek the unknown child, with nothing more than a hobble and a limp to help them. A surreal comedy from former comedian Mark Doherty, and a five-star hit at the 2005 Edinburgh Festival, Trad presents a deeply funny journey of discovery, fuelled by a past that's just as bizarre as the present. Trad opened at the Bush Theatre, London in April 2006.
by Mark Twain
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
by Thomas Paine
by Niccolo Machiavelli
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