Eclipsed, Patricia Burke Brogan’s play about a Magdalene laundry was inspired by her experiences as a novitiate in a religious order. Her dismay at the conditions she found there was instrumental in her leaving the religious life. The play was rejected by the main theatre companies who deemed it tooMore

Beidh an dráma seo  atá bunaithe ar shliochtanna as saothair le James Joyce á staitsiú i dTAIBHDHEARC NA GAILLIMHE ar on SATHARN 9 MÁRTA ag 8pm. ‘Siad Eoin Ó Dubhghaill agus Fionnuala Flaherty na haisteoirí atá i mbun na bpáirteanna éagsúla. Léirítear sa dráma seo gnéithe de shaol Bhaile ÁthaMore

Culture Night 21st Sept 8.00pm at the Glens Centre  A Dream of Dying by Treasa Nealon   Killian Glynn plays the mysterious and evasive Peter Bergmann “The script leapt out at me as soon as I read it”, he says.” There was such charisma and fun in the world of the playMore

Splódar Theatre Company in Manorhamilton presents “The Factory Girls” by Frank Mc Guinness, a story of the harsh working life of women in a shirt factory in Donegal in 1982. Faced with a threat to their jobs, the women take matters into their own hands.  They decide not to beMore

Additional performances!  Jan 18 2019, 8pm, THE DOCK Carrick-on-Shannon   071 965 08 28 Jan 23,24th, 25th, & 26th SMOCK ALLEY, DUBLIN Tel 01 6770014. The First Protestant- written by Gerry Farrell, directed by Prin Duignan, a gripping psychological drama. The play presents a tense duel between Martin Luther andMore

The author Joni Crone was the first lesbian to ‘come out’ publicly on the Late Late Show in Ireland in 1980. She was twenty six . This play explores the role she played in the Gay Rights’ movement and it also charts her own personal quest for inner peace. TOURMore

Antigone ANTIGONE by Jean Anouilh “In world literature no dissent from mundanity has been more trenchant than Antigone’s”. This is the story of a girl who challenged the state and invited death as she could not abide with mediocrity and conformity. There is triumph & disaster, kindness & cruelty andMore