Conor McPherson is one of the leading figures in Irish contemporary drama. His look at life in a village pub, The Weir, was premiered in Dublin and then ran for over a year in the West End and Broadway. Port Authority was his next play. Three Dublin men of differing ages simply telling their stories to the audience. It is a spare document, but the wit, insight and pathos so skilfully woven by this major dramatist makes it unforgettable. A major recording premiere. Contains adult subject matter and explicit language.