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An atmospheric drama as the nights draw in is the opening play for Athlone Little Theatre’s 2019-20 season. Conor McPherson’s 'The Weir' will open for business tonight, Thursday, September 12, and will run for eight performances until Thursday September, 19.
Athlone Little Theatre, the intimate and atmospheric venue, is in final on and off stage preparation mode as 'The Father' commences an eight performance run from Saturday, April 6, until Saturday, April 13 (inclusive). With curtain up at 8pm, the final production of the season is certain to attract theatre enthusiasts to the St. Mary's Place location.
According to The Independent newspaper, French playwright Florian Zeller is ‘one of the hottest literary talents in France’ and he is still only in his thirties. One certainty about his plays to date is that nothing is ever certain. His intriguing 2014 play entitled, 'The Father', is no exception and is Athlone Little Theatre’s final production this season.
A lesser known family drama by playwright Brian Friel is the next challenge for Athlone Little Theatre’s talented actors and their director Billy Nott.
Athlone Little Theatre opens its season of drama with the classic American tale of love, bitterness and abandonment, The Glass Menagerie.
Athlone Little Theatre presents their first play of the 2018/19 season with the Mel O’Flynn directed ‘The Glass Menagerie’ taking to the stage for eight performances from Friday, September 21-28.
Athlone Little Theatre starts the year off with a captivating portrayal of fluctuating family relationships, in their production of Niall Williams' The Way You Look Tonight.
J.B.Priestly's classic drama An Inspector Calls is set for an eight-night run at Athlone's Little Theatre at the end of the month.
If dank February nights make you yearn for the madness that was the festive season, it’s time to book your seat for Athlone Little Theatre’s production of The Lying Kind, by Anthony Neilson. This nightmare of a rollercoaster ride will grab you by the throat and shake out any remaining Christmas nostalgia, while at the same time making you groan with laughter.
Two one-act plays, War Stories by Emma Gibson and Rob Johnston and The Chip Van Plays Dixie by Robert Iles will be staged nightly at 8pm from October 22-28 at Athlone Little Theatre, St Mary’s Place, Athlone.