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Ballymacandy: The Play
Author: Owen O'Shea
Venue: Muintir na Tíre Hall, Milltown
Box Office: Box Office €15 per ticket (for collection on night of performance, no later than 7.30pm)
3rd, 4th, 5th, 11th & 12th Nov 2022
WANTED: For attacks on the Forces of the Crown in this District
9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL tells the story of Doralee, Violet and Judy – three workmates pushed to boiling point by their self-centered boss. Making a plan to kidnap and turn the tables on their loathsome supervisor, will the women manage to reform their office – or will events unravel when the CEO pays an unexpected visit? The musical features an original score by multi–Grammy Award winner, country legend and pop icon Dolly Parton and features a script by Patricia Resnick. Coolmine Musical Society is thrilled to bring this show to the stage. We hope you can join us for what promises to be a most enjoyable night out.
Newbridge Drama Group
Author: Tim Firth Directed by Carol Duffy
Venue: Riverbank Arts Centre, Main Street, Newbridge
With heartache can come good. When Annie loses her husband to leukemia, she and her best friend, Chris, decide to raise money for the hospital by making a calendar… in the nude. The biggest challenge? Convincing their friends to drop everything for a good cause. Based on a true story of 11 Women’s Institute members, Calendar Girls is about letting go, accepting love, and giving yourself permission to enjoy life.
Box Office: Tickets €10 available on the door (cash only)
Sunday night, November 27th at 8p.m.
Set in a retirement village in the sweltering Nevada desert, Elysium Nevada by Barry McKinley tells of two residents reflections on life, youth and how they got there. They are joined by a mysteriously silent woman whose presence adds an entirely new dimensions to the discussion. Directed by Saoirse Byrne, and features Hugh Gallagher as Bob, Conor Lynch as Mike and Amy McEnnis as Constance. Trapped, by Barry Woods – When Faye responds to a distressed phonecall from her best friend, they discover information that is both profound and life changing. A ten minute play about the unexpected parts that people play in life. Directed by Joe Moran and features Nerys Garfield, Conor Clohessy and Mike Higgins. Speaking about the event, Mary Curley, Chairperson, said ‘We in Ennis Players are delighted with the return of our very popular one-act season, as we have missed our audiences for the past two years, and look forward to welcoming the people of Clare and further afield to our performances.
A Queen’s Speech
Author: Mike O'Halloran
Venue: Muintir Na Tire Hall Milltown
Box Office: 086 311 6077 and on the door Tickets: €15