Brian Friel's latest play was written in 2005 and performed that year in London and Dublin.
The Home Place is set in Ballybeg House in Donegal and although the action takes place over only one day, it has far reaching repercussions for the characters.
The differing attitudes of the landowner and his visiting relative, a cliff-hanger, tug-of-love and the shadow of violence in the surrounding area, all combine to give a fascinating glimpse into late 19th Century Ireland.
There's a strong cast, including Ballycastle-born Conleth Hill who has played many lead roles in London and the United States and Ian McElhinney who combines a busy television and film workload with directing and acting on stage in Northern Ireland.
Both have been stalwarts of the Lyric theatre in Belfast, whose production this is, but that theatre has been flattened in readiness for rebuilding.
In the absence of a home, this play is taking place in the Grand Opera House, after a short run in Letterkenny and before a tour of Ireland.