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The latest offering from Athlone Little Theatre is the wonderful Neil Simon play The Gingerbread Lady, which opens tonight, Friday February 21, in the Little Theatre and runs for eight nights until the following Friday February 28.
ALREADY A best-selling book and successful TV movie, Mitch Albom’s heart-warming memoir, Tuesdays With Morrie, comes to the Town Hall Theatre stage next week in an acclaimed new production.
The setting for this 1984 play is Independence, Iowa; lifelong home of Evelyn Briggs. Her oldest daughter, Kess, is a university professor in Minneapolis, but she has come home at the request of her sister, Jo, who is concerned for their mother's mental health. The youngest daughter, Sherry - rebellious and amoral - wants only to finish high school so she can leave home for good.
Some of the finest amateur drama talent in the country will head to Claregalway from tonight (Thursday) March 15 when the Claregalway Drama Festival gets under way at the local community centre.
Athlone Little Theatre is set to banish the autumn gloom this October with a new production of Neil Simon’s hilarious and heartwarming play, Barefoot in the Park, which opens at the theatre on Wednesday October 6.
Little Brothers Productions bring their play, Plaza Suite, to Mullingar Arts Centre from Wednesday September 1 to Friday September 3.
The first Rosemount Dramatic Society production was staged in 1937, with the production of The Eloquent Dempsey. The society has been very much alive and successful ever since, with most households in the parish being represented and new generations taking on roles. The current performance is a two act farce called Rumors by Neil Simon.
Hilarious comedies, heartrending drama, and a hell of a lot of fun; these were the headline items as Athlone Little Theatre launched its programme for the 2008/09 season on Monday September 8.
Athlone Little Theatre opens its new season in style as it presents a trio of one act comedies by Neil Simon and Anton Chekhov.