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A Galway Girl By Geraldine Aron

Directed by Maria Burke King



Maisie

Carl Lusby

Dermot       

Eddie Quinn


“A Galway Girl” is the story of an Irish marriage. Maisie and Dermot are the perfect picture of incompatibility. Married in 1950, they tell us about their life together from early disillusion to late acceptance. They bicker, quarrel and disagree. We also see wonderful moments of joy and connection. A Galway Girl shows us the ups and downs of a shared life with a mixture of humour and tragedy, held together by a love that endured.

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The Importance of Being Honest By Billie Traynor

Directed by Phil Fitzpatrick



Cecily

Amy MacCarthy

Merriman

Noel Young

Gwendolen      

Helen O’Brien


“The Importance of Being Honest” is a Play about how life has changed for three of Oscar Wilde’s characters - Cecily, Gwendolen and Merriman. This is a very entertaining and light hearted look at their relationships with each other and how a carafe (or two) of white wine, shakingly served by the loyal old butler can even topple the ‘high and mighty’ from their pedestal!

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