The Craic Youth Theatre Present
The Craic Theatre Annual Pantomime
We have all heard Cinderella’s story, time after time. We know that she received her happy ending, but what about her forgotten brother Cinderfella? With dreams that he will go to the Princess’ 80s themed ball, and “get the girl” Cinderfella sets out on his own journey, with help from his very own fairy godmother, Ninny and her little fairy craicers in training! Will the princess be everything he has dreamed of or will it be a “tainted love”? Will Cinderfella ever find his own happily ever after? Join us on Cinderfella’s journey of love, magic and music this January to find out!!
Thursday 11th – Sunday 14th January
Thursday 18th- Sunday 21st January
@ 7.30 nightly except Sunday Shows which are 3pm matinee
The opening night of “Cindefella” on Thursday 11th January will be a Relaxed performance and will have had adjustments made in the form of reduction to sound levels, some changes to lighting and loud sound effects and strobe lighting taken out. There will be a relaxed attitude to movement in and out of the auditorium and there will be some designated chill-out areas available. The theatre staff and cast will also have received some training so they have some understanding of autism.
Commedia of Errors Present
That Scottish Play
Saturday 3rd February 2018
@ 8pm Tickets £10
Macbeth and the witches meet again, in thunder, lightning, but probably no rain (we get enough of that as it is). The hurly burly’s all but done and now it’s time to have some fun.
Witchcraft? Yes. Murder? Yes. Tragedy? Not this time!
Scotland’s greatest hero returns to plumb the depths of his darkest ambitions. Watch as he descends from legend to villain whilst always remaining a bit of an idiot. As he dives off the cliff of virtue into the pool of evil, perhaps he’ll even do a couple of somersaults as he falls!
In a world of buffoons can an idiot be king? How many murders is too many? Can you be truly tragic if everything’s really funny?
Commedia of Errors return, doing what they do best. Prepare to laugh, cry and be shocked… by how low we’ll stoop for a laugh. This is ‘Macbeth’ like you’ve never seen it – physical, guttural and intelligent – full of energy, comedy and all of the darkness and death that keeps audiences coming back to Shakespeare’s classic.