The Weir is a play set in a small rural bar in North West Leitrim or Sligo. The story revolves around a group of locals – Jack, a mechanic, Brendan, the bartender, Finbar, another local, and Jim, who gather at the bar on a windy evening. They discuss Finbar’s new tenant, Valerie, a woman from Dublin, and share ghost stories about their encounters with the supernatural. As the night unfolds, Valerie reveals her own tragic past, mourning the loss of her daughter, Niamh. The play explores themes of loneliness, loss, and the power of storytelling to connect people, leaving the characters with a sense of hope for the future.