Dorothy and Johnny visit a Dublin Shebeen and Johnny's reputation comes back to haunt him when he's forced to box Gypsies for petrol money. Sile and Patrick interview bar owner Briege Brownlee and things get hot and asthmatic on the dance floor.
Olivia Lewis-Brown is a writer, director and award winning playwright for her debut stage play Letters to Lenin. She is the recipient of the Robert Beers Prize for writing excellence and holds a BA first class honours degree in Screenwriting from the University of Central Lancashire.
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