Together with the Green Curtain theatre company we have planned a fabulous night out for you – full of fun, laughter, drama and song to make you smile, laugh and think.
We have eight new short plays for you to watch; all inspired by well-known songs. Partnered with writers from the USA, the theme of this evening’s plays will be “Love”: love that goes well; love that has been lost; love that could never or should never have happened; love that is recognised too late.
The plays are based on well-known songs and we are joined by a fantastic singer to lead the singing (yes you can join in – we’ve a song-sheet!)
There is a post-show discussion with the playwrights, cast and director and of course food by Chef Vix.
It should be a lot of fun and a great night out; so do join us
Dennis by Martin McNamara
Let the Mystery Be by Rhea MacCallum (USA)
The Reunion by Gemma Mills McGrath
The Marriage of Brian by Faik Luta
The Beatletoons by Ken Preuss (USA)
Simon and Carbuncle Split by Robin Rice (USA)
The Wild Rover by Anne Curtis
Delaney’s Donkey by Anne Curtis
Multi-talented actress Jasmin trained in Dublin. She has been working professionally in the industry for 3 years in various mediums including short films, voice over and YouTube sketches. She also writes her own sketches and plays.
A recent mature entrant to the profession, Roisin trained in New York where she began her acting career. She has been a regular on the London Fringe since she arrived for the past two years. She has acted in a variety of roles including Diana Hamilton Guggenheim (I’ll Tell Me Ma) to critical acclaim.
Benedict hails from East Anglia and spent his childhood playing music but has since trained as a professional actor credits include “Traitors, Cads and Cowards” for Green Curtain.. He is appearing as Lord Kitchener in Symphony to a Lost Generation, a holographic film currently on tour.
Aonghus from Dublin has worked extensively in TV and film. In Ireland, he was a founding cast member of TG4’s long running soap opera ‘Ros na Rún’ and a cast member of RTE’s television drama series ‘Glenroe’ and Irish language TV drama ‘1916 Seachtar Anaithnid’. Theatre includes ‘We Are Not Here’ (Dublin Theatre Festival), ‘Juno and the Paycock’ (Glasgow Citizens Theatre,) ‘Playboy of the Western World’, (Arches Glasgow), ‘The Merchant of Venice’ (Union Theatre) and ‘Execution of Justice’. (Southwark Playhouse).
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Bookings are closed for this event.