The spring production of ‘All The Way Back’ by Bernard Farrell will take to the Courthouse Theatre stage from 20th to 24th March. The play will be directed by Kevin Roche and we wish him well with the production and rehearsals are already up and running. More details on cast and production team next week.
‘All The Way Back’ was first produced at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin in March 1985.It tells the hilarious tale of the turmoil that ensues in the Ryan household in an upmarket residential area of Dublin’s southside, when the ever-practical Sheila Ryan decides on a course of action to boost the family’s depleted income. Her husband Brendan, a middle-aged redundant executive, has been out of work for eighteen months and there is a big household to support, as they strive to keep up appearances.
‘Songs for Hope’
Lismore Dramatic Society will present in association with the ‘Song for Hope’ choir, a night of music, melodies and song in aid of the Hope Foundation on Friday, February 22.
The choir, drawn from the youth section of the society, are working hard with choral director Niamh Coleman to present this charity event. It will a great night’s entertainment and all for a worthy cause. So it’s a date for your diary – February 22nd , Courthouse Theatre, Lismore. More details next week!
‘As the Story Goes’
Congratulations to our director, James Lenane on his new production of ‘As the Story Goes’ that premiered in the Town Hall, Dungarvan last Friday night. It was a tremendous success and played to a packed audience with great reviews. It’s a joint venture between Declan Terry from Old Parish and James. The show now moves to the Kilworth Arts Centre on Saturday, February 16. By all accounts, it’s a show not to be missed!