Thursday 8th – Sunday 11th November
Thursday 15th – Sunday 15th November
@8pm Admission £12
This three-act play follows the tribulations of widower Andrew Coulter’s love life. While undertaking a wager with his embittered sister-in-law, Andrew vows to find a wife and he places an advertisement in the personal ads. When three women accept Andrew’s proposal, he soon realises that his problems have only just begun and mayhem ensues!
Thursday 22nd November @ 8pm admission
The Presidents Bodyguard
Directed by Ryan Coney and Produced by Andrew Kullas
The story of Mick McElkenny
Mick McElkenny, from Clonoe Co Tyrone is a retired bodyguard. He was part of the detail that protected both John F Kennedy, and Pope John Paul II during their historic visits to Ireland in 1963, and 1979, he is a man full of both stories, and memories, of a wonderfully full life.
Lynda Wright School of Dance
Dancing Through The Decades
30 Year Anniversary Show
Saturday 24th November @ 7pm
Sunday 25th November @ 4pm
Sunday 25th November @ 7pm
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND
It’s Wine O’Clock
Friday 30th November & Saturday 1st December
@8pm Admission £15
Grab your hat and come along to the craziest wedding of the year! The show centres around Vera, the farmers wife who is so excited as her only son Seamus is getting married! Everyone is cordially invited to watch the shenanigans which unfold on this special day. With the Winebulance providing the drink, the band ‘Keep er Lit’ keeping everyone on the dance floor. Not to mention the other special guests, the farmers -Pat and Eamon the Bridesmaids, the Yummy Mummies, the Grannies, and of course Nuala and Noleen always looking for love. This production has proved to be a rip roaring, laugh out loud, feel good tonic. Tick tock, It’s Wine O’Clock!
The Kings of the Kilburn High Road
by Jimmy Murphy
presented by Castlehill Theatre Group
Friday 7th December @ 8pm
The final chance to see this highly acclaimed production of The Kings of the Kilburn High Road by Castlehill Theatre Group. It has been selling out at venues locally since it’s premiere earlier this autumn.
Craic Youth Theatre’s Annual Pantomime
Thursday 10th – Sunday 13th January
Thursday 17th – Sunday 20th January
Thurs/Fri/Sat @ 7.30pm
Sunday 3pm Matinees
Admission £12 Adult £6 Children under 16
Jump on-board a magical carpet ride and join Aladdin, Jasmine and Craic’s very own Dame Ninny, on their journey to ‘A Whole New World’. This year’s panto promises lots of magical mayhem full of twists and turns along the way!