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05feb4:30 pmThe Pirate Queen - Gainesville - Feb 2022

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The Pirate Queen, Gainesville

Gainesville Theater Alliance – presented by WonderQuest, is a magical Irish adventure that tells the early story of the legendary Gráinne ni Mhaol, whom the English called Grace O’Malley, who came to rule the seas, her clan and much of Ireland as a sea trader and raider.

Date(s): Feb 4, 5, 6, 11, and 12

Time(s):

Fridays – Feb 4th and 11th – 7:30 pm

Saturdays – Feb 5th and 12th – 4:30 pm

Sunday – Feb 6 – 2:30 pm

Location: Brenau’s Pearce Auditorium, 202 Boulevard NE, Gainesville, GA 30501

Cost: See website for tickets/pricing

Info: 678-717-3624; www.gainesvilletheatrealliance.org

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