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Little Brother Productions ask Why Not Stay For Breakfast?

After the success of Factory Girls in May 2012, Little Brother Productions are set to put their spin on the Ray Cooney comedy Why Not Stay For Breakfast? from October 16-18 at Mullingar Arts Centre.

Lionesses among The Factory Girls

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FACED WITH the threat of redundancy, five women stage a lock-in at a shirt factory in County Donegal. Ellen, Una, Vera, Rosemary and Rebecca unite against a common enemy and stand up to ‘the man’ and the union, in an effort to save their jobs.

Another fine Irish play by local theatre group

Next week local theatre group, Little Brother Productions will present an early play by one of Ireland’s finest playwrights, Frank McGuinness: The Factory Girls.

Ibsen’s ‘Ghosts’ get a revival

London Classic Theatre presents ‘Ghosts’ by Henrik Ibsen in a new version by Frank McGuinness at the Watergate Theatre next month.

If you love comedy and love surprises – and let’s face it who doesn’t – then you’re going to love the new and improved Pursuit of Happiness. The accidental hit of last year’s Cat Laughs Festival, the

Tonight is the grand finale of Frank McGuinness’ Factory Girls which takes place in Cleeres Theatre on Parliament Street at 8pm

The Factory Girls gets a revival by Kats

Kats Theatre group, Kilkenny’s amateur dramatic company are shortly to take on the challenging script of Frank McGuinness’s The Factory Girls.

Kilkenny’s Adult Theatre Club’s first theatrical foray – ‘Shorts 11’

Barnstorm Theatre Company’s ATC will make their debut in this year's ‘Shorts 11’. After eight months of workshops, training and rehearsals they are ready to tread the boards.


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