- $23 for one general-admission ticket to the show only (Fridays at 10 p.m.) (up to $39 value)
- $29 for one general-admission ticket to a show with dinner included (up to $49 value)
Flanagan is dead, and the villagers of Grapplin, Ireland, pay tribute to him the only way they know how; a raucous evening of stories, songs, and stouts. During this interactive Irish wake, audiences come to the bar to toast the dearly departed and converse with an ensemble of colorful characters, whether they’re offering condolences to the stony Mother Flanagan or the grieving fiancée, Fiona Finn. Attendees can also listen to the tales woven by County Sligo’s foremost writer, Mickey Finn, and Flanagan’s best friend, Brian Ballybunion, or share their own memories of the deceased’s exploits. Some may find themselves caught between the warring beliefs of Father Damon Fitzgerald and the pagan Kathleen Mooney, or shaking hands with Mayor Martin O’Doul.