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Schull Drama Group present: The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter










The Dumb Waiter is a humorous and provocative story of 2 hit men as they wait in a basement for their next assignment. Trained to take instruction without questioning they receive mysterious, confusing and unreasonable orders from the outside.

How will they respond to the pressure?


Doonbeg Drama Group present: "Last Tango in Doonbeg" by David Tristram











Doonbeg Drama Group is in trouble.  The membership has dwindled to four – the audiences aren’t much bigger – and if they don’t come up with some rent money soon, they’re going to be thrown out.  “There’s only one thing that sells tickets these days “, argues Gordon the Chairman.  “Sex!” Thus begins the chaotic and hilarious build-up to an evening of extraordinary homegrown drama – an evening the locals would never forget.


Blue Hat Productions present: "Central Park West" by Woody Allen















Central Park West looks at two wealthy, professional couples whose relationships are simmering pots of dysfunction. Then, add a young adulteress to the mix and watch it come to a boil with accusations and counter accusations thrown around like dishware and china as the five characters battle out their personal crises.

(Contains adult themes & strong language)





Palace Players present: "The Quiet Land" by Malachy McKenna












'The Quiet Land' by Malachy McKenna is a celebration of humour, resilience and endearing innocence of an exiled generation as it struggles to survive in the isolated rural Ireland of today. A conversation between two elderly farmers on a remote hillside, gentlemen of heart, humour and hardness. It is McKenna's heartfelt tribute to a rare breed of forgotten men who live a long way in off the road.


Gunpowder Productions present: "The Cow Play" by Ed Harris









The play was first performed at the Edinburgh Festival fringe in 2013. It explores the effects that a typical hidden compulsion or physiological illness can have on a relationship. An absurd twisted take on denial, destruction and dirty games we play when we are in love.    


Wayside Players present: "The Last of the Last Mochicans" by Hugh Leonard
















Dominick, having packed his wife off on retreat to an obscure saint's shrine, is poised to enjoy an adulterous affair with sexy Grace.  With the help of Finbar, Grace finally arrives, followed by Dominick's wife, followed by Grace's husband - a formidable Aer Lingus pilot. Eventually the evening is resolved amicably; although not quite how Dominick intended!


Sunday November 19th



Take 5 Drama Group present: "Tom" by Noelle Clarke














Three women, of differing ages, and from different backgrounds all meet Tom four days apart from each other.  What is their connection and why has he sought them out!

 

Kilmeen Drama Group present: "A day in the life of a pencil" by Ray Scannell









 

Martin Farrell is at school. Martin Farrell deals drugs with his brother. He’s loyal to his family and his trading partners… until the code is broken. What price is loyalty then?

 

Haulbowline Threatre Group present: "The Briefcase" by Kieran Doyle












A man arrives at a motel to collect the contents of a suitcase but will he ever get to see what is inside!



Ben

Gus


Director

Set

Stage Manager

Costumes

Mark O’Mahony

Paul Flatman


Caleb Cairns

Paul Flatman, Mark O’Mahony

Joan Giller

Liz Flatman


Gordon

Bernard

Joyce

Margaret


Director

Lighting

Sound

Crew

Daithí O’Brien

Shaunie Honan

Emer Nolan

Rita McInerney


Andrew Killeen

Pat Aherne

Geraldine Keane

Nóilín Hayes, Helen Cunningham

Phylis

Carol

Howard

Sam

Juliet


Director

Producer

Stage Manager

Set

Sound and Lighting

Road Crew

Yvonne Russell

Mary O’Byrne

Tom O’Brien

Kevin Kelleher

Yvonne Gaule


Caroline Foley

Seamus Linehan

Carol O’Sullivan

Caroline Foley, Sean Kelleher, Nelius Kelleher, Ambrose McNamara

Sean Kelleher, Michael Ryan

Dan O’Riordan, Cathy Dineen

Friday November 17th
Saturday November 18th

Eamon McConnell

Nashee Finn


Director

Set

Lighting

Sound

Crew

Liam Howard

Sean Ahern


Danny Buckley

Danny Buckley

Aisling McGrath

Eleanor Buckley

Noel Howard, Maureen Howard

Thom

Owen

Holly


Producer

Crew

Donal O’Sullivan

Daniel O’Regan

Dee Foxe


Eltin Griffin

Michael Donovan, Kevin O'Shea, Tom Murphy, Rachael O'Reardain, Catherine Foley


Dominic Studley

Finbar Reidy

Grace Lamb

Ita Studley

Seamus Lamb


Director

Lighting/Sound Effects

Stage Manager

Set Design

Set Builders/Crew

Backstage

Costumes/Make-up

Michael Whelan

Aidan Whelan

Eimear Whelan

Michelle Whelan

John Byrne


Kathleen Byrne

John Broderick, David Carton, Jackie Whelan, Ann Foley

Pat Curran

John Byrne

John Byrne, John Broderick, Pat Curran, Michael Whelan, Padraig O’Brien

Olive McGuinness, Siobhan Lillis, Margo O’Brien, Senan Lillis, Grace Byrne

Kathleen Byrne, Margo O’Brien

Lizzie

Stef

Mags


Director

Assistant Director

Lighting

Sound

Stage Manager

Assistant Stage Manager

Ellen Quirke

Jenny Eivers

Noelle Clarke


Noelle Clarke

Eugene O’Sullivan

Adam Clarke

Eugene O’Sullivan

Mary Barry Donnellan

Amy Clarke

Martin

Bulldog


Director

Sound

Lighting

Set

Brian McCarthy

John O’Leary


Denis O’Sullivan

Ian Flavin

Aidan O’Shea

Christy O’Sullivan, John Hayes, John Helen, Felix Daly, Andrew O’Sullivan

Pete

Man

Delores

Sgt Rutherford


Director

Stage Director

Stage Crew

Lighting/Sound

Paul Lynch

Shane Coleman

Ciara Brady

Pat Mahony


Shane Coleman

M Brady

Erica Brierley

Pa Dwyer