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Meet the good people of Güllen, a town on its knees after years of economic hardship. Hope arrives by train with the visit of a former resident, but it comes with a price. This dark comedy presents us with the question – can justice be bought?

Written in 1956 by Friedrich Dürrenmatt and translated by Maurice Valency, The Visit is a profound look at desperation with familiar resonances to Ireland’s recent past.