Theatre fans won’t be disappointed when they see the autumn line-up of shows at Roscommon Arts Centre, who have been working hard behind the scenes to come up with a re-imagined programme of brilliant professional theatre that can all be performed in line with Government guidelines.
In October the focus will be very much on female performers, Covid-19 permitting, with an eclectic programme in the planning that includes Rose Henderson who will be well known to Fair City fans from her days in the soap, who is hitting the road with her one-woman show, 'According to Sydney' and actress Sarah-Jane Scott is a bride on the run in the award winning 'Appropriate'.
Later in the season, there are plans to bring back Aidan Dooley’s sell-out show from 2019 'Tom Crean Antartic Explorer' and Mikel Murfi will also return in the companion show 'I Hear You and I Rejoice' to 'The Man in the Woman’s Shoes'.
In line with current Government guidelines, capacity remains restricted for all events and there are a limited number of single tickets available for all shows.
New protocols are also now in place for patrons attending shows – but feedback to date has been positive and we are heartened by this.
Tickets are now on sale for both September and October’s programme and can be booked via box office on 0906 625824 or online at: www.roscommonartscentre.ie