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Duffy's return; Arts.

Byline: Joe Riley

THOSE who enjoyed Francis Duffy's play, Rover of Dreams, about the Liverpool Dockers' protest, please note that eight years on, his latest drama is being staged at the Unity Theatre next month.

The Pot Of Gold is about "greed, love, mystery and mayhem," says Francis, who since his last theatre outing has won the Royal Television Society Award for best educational drama in 2003.

The Pot of Gold is on at the Unity Theatre, between September 11-13.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Article Type:Theater review
Date:Aug 17, 2007
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