“ARDNAGLASS ON THE AIR”
A COMEDY BY JIMMY KERR
DIRECTED BY STEPHEN KELLY
Presented by C21 Theatre Company
THURSDAY 23RD FEBRUARY @ 8PM
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“A Very Perry Show”
A hilarious one-woman show
Written and performed by Kate Perry
Directed by Sarah Meadows
Friday February 24th @ 8pm
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The Very Perry Show is a happy hour of comic monologues inspired by random objects. A wooden spoon, a pair of goggles or a can of WD40 bring Perry’s characters to life with ample doses of humour and effortless transformations. The result is an evening of fresh comic writing that will stay with you long after you leave the theatre. Perry’s performances of her hilarious sketches have enthralled audiences in London, Edinburgh and San Francisco. It’s going to be a Very Perry experience!
★★★★ “Wonderful…witty…unique…Perry is a major talent and she brings her skills in full force in this hilarious and sometimes bitter-sweet hour.” Edinburgh Festival Magazine
★★★★ “Hilarious, one would happily spend more time in the company of the dry, sly Perry”
The Big List
“The Killing of Tony Blair”
Documentary Film Presented by George Galloway
George Galloway will introduce the film and host a Q&A session afterwards.
Saturday 25th February @ 8pm
Footlights Theatre Group Dungannon
Friday 3rd Saturday 4th Thursday 9th & Saturday 11th
March @ 7.30pm nightly
Footlights is celebrating its 25th anniversary. They’ve put together clips from 25 musicals to mark the occasion – some old favourites and some new offerings.
Book your tickets now for this amazing show. There’s something for everybody!
SPECIAL SCREENING OF THE BAFTA AWARD WINNING FILM
“I Daniel Blake”
WEDNESDAY MARCH 8TH @ 7.30
Light refreshments served
Coalisland Community Cinema in partnership with
Participation and the the Practice of Rights (PPR),
South Tyrone Empowerment Programme (STEP) and
Neighbourhood Cinema Initiative Belfast Film Festival
The Craic Theatre Players Present
“Don’t Tell The Wife”
By Sam Cree
Thursday March 23rd, Friday 24th, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th 2017
@ 8pm nightly
Don’t Tell the Wife’ is set in 1960’s Belfast in the Willis household, where Edna Willis is convinced that her plumber husband Bobbie, is interested in another woman; a Catholic! He isn’t, but he does have some secrets of his own. Her attempts to stop him lead to crazy misunderstandings with a sexy French student, a male escort, not to mention…a greyhound called Bridget!
Sam Cree is one of Northern Ireland’s most popular playwrights. Born in 1928, Cree’s comedies have been produced all over the world. His characters are memorable – everyone recognizes his neighbour in them – never themselves of course! Cree wrote scripts for the ‘Carry On’ films in the 60’s & ‘Don’t tell the Wife’ is another of his hilarious comedies!
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Tinderbox Theatre Company is proud to present Famla
by acclaimed writer John McCann.
Thursday 30th March @ 8pm
Haunting, hilarious and heartbreaking, Famla challenges the stories we tell ourselves to hide the truth of who we really are.
Hector has passed this place all her young life. An old house. Must be a hundred years old. Maybe more. Looks abandoned. Festering. She never really gave the house a second thought. Until now when she needs a place to escape to. She discovers someone is still living inside. Someone spiteful. Refusing to budge. Clinging on…
Famla is a theatrical feast not to be missed.
Micheal Henry Psychic Medium
Saturday 8th April @ 8pm
90 Minute Stage Event with Psychic Michael Henry –
With a string of international appearances Michael is fast becoming one of Irelands best known psychics – With a 18 month waiting list for a private reading you can now have the chance to witness his amazing abilities in this event – From the stage Michael will pick up energies and connect with loved ones from the other side.
The Blue Boy of Glenmore
by Joe Brennan
presented by Brassneck Theatre Company
Saturday 29th April @ 8pm
THE BLUE BOY OF GLENMORE BY JOE BRENNAN
WINTER1978. COOLEY MOUNTAINS, IRELAND.
JEMMY JOHN IS A TORTURED SOUL. THE SHEEP, THE GLEN AND THE FARM ARE HIS LIFE BUT HIS YOUNGER SISTER COLLEEN YEARNS FOR SOMETHING MORE. WITH THE HELP OF A LOCAL CAR MECHANIC, COLLEEN IS DETERMINED TO ESCAPE GLENMORE FOR THE CHANCE AT A BETTER LIFE… BUT HER OLDER BROTHER JEMMY IS HAVING NONE OF IT!
THE LIFE-LONG CONFLICT BETWEEN THESE RIVAL SIBLINGS IS THE CATALYST THAT IGNITES THE SHOCKING EVENTS THAT UNFOLD. A HAUNTING, ABSORBING AND SENSATIONAL DARK-COMEDY, ‘THE BLUE BOY OF GLENMORE’ WILL HAVE YOU ON THE EDGE OF YOUR SEAT, RIGHT FROM THE START.
A TRULY UNMISSABLE PRODUCTION FROM THE MULTI AWARD-WINNING BRASSNECK THEATRE COMPANY WHO BROUGHT YOU, ‘THE HOLY HOLY BUS’, ‘MAN IN THE MOON’ & ‘A NIGHT WITH GEORGE’.
by Brenda Murphy
presented by GBL Productions
Sunday 4th June @ 8pm
I go out walkin’ after midnight
Out in the moonlight, just like we used to do
I’m always walkin’ after midnight
Searchin’ for you”
Belfast woman, Ruth is Crazy obsessed with Patsy Cline and Always looking for Mr Right. When she joins internet dating sites and goes through a succession of weirdos, sex maniacs and the odd Cheatin’ Heart, she starts to Fall To Pieces and wonders if she’s ever going to find the man of her Sweet Dreams.
But when she turns to her idol and her songs for some answers she is shocked by what happens next!