What's On

Friday 16 November, 8pm, €20/€18 conc.

The Matchmaker

presented by Michael Scott Productions

John B. Keane’s beloved hit comedy follows the efforts of Dicky Mick Dicky O Connor to make matches for the lonely and lovelorn from all parts of the country.  At the centre of this celebrated production is John B Keane’s marvellous and mischievous wit coupled by his unparalleled way with words.

John B. Keane takes us back to a simpler time, when even phones were few and far between and the only web was one left behind by spiders.

Monday Nov 19th - Thursday 22nd, 8pm, € 18

Ennis Players Supper Theatre

Venue : Old Ground Hotel

INTERIOR DESIGNS by Jimmie Chinn is directed by Jackie Scanlan and introduces us to 'Him', a brash, arrogant odd job man who is offering his 'services' to three women; Holly, a successful TV-am newsreader; Irene, a solitary school teacher and Amy, a frustrated housewife.
Him ... Joe Moran
Amy ... Laura O'Brien
Holly ... Gillian Davis
Irene ... Ethel O'Mahony

THE QUIET LAND by Malachy McKenna, directed by Geraldine Greene celebrates the humour, resilience and innocence of an exiled generation as it struggles to survive in modern rural Ireland.
Eamon ..... Hugh Gallagher
Nashee ... Brendan Quinlivan

Tuesday 15th January, 10.30am, Students €10 (teachers free of charge)

Caith Amach É

glór presents High Rock Productions Caith Amach É - a smash hit comedy based on the Leaving Cert Irish Oral Picture sequences. It’s a fast-paced, physical, comic sketch show covering each of the 20 picture sequences for the 2019 Leaving Cert.  High Rock productions Caith Amach é has been touring schools since 2011.  It has been seen by over 45,000 students in 26 counties. It has been acclaimed by students and teachers everywhere for the inspiring students to enjoy learning Irish. It’s is suitable for students of all levels of Irish.

Cuireann glór an seó Caith amach é de chuid High Rock Productions i láthair.  Seó grinn den cheád scoth bunaithe ar an sraith pictiúr don Ardteistiméireacht.
Clúdáitear gach sraith don Bhéaltriail 2019 i seó bríomhar barúil agus spreagúil, lán le stíleanna eagsúla drámaíochta: Ceol, púipéid, idirghníomhíocht agus aisteoireacht fhisiciúil. Tá cuairt á thabhairt ag High Rock Productions ar scoileanna le seacht mbliana anuas, ó bunaíodh an Seó i 2011 tá Caith amach é feicthe ag breis is 45,000 dalta, i 26 contae ar fud na tíre. Tá clú agus cáil ar an seó agus tá an-tóir  ag múinteoirí agus daltaí air, mar bhealach spraoíúil chun daltaí a spreagadh i dtreo na Gaeilge.

“Bhí an seó ar fheabhas ar fad. Mholfainn d’achan múinteoir Gaeilge sa tír triail a bhaint as, i bhfocal amháin iontach.
Caitríonna McElwaine, Coláiste Cholmchille, Ballyshannon

“Ní fhéadfainn and seó seo a mholadh go leor”
Darren Breathnach, Coláiste Pobail,  Castleknock.

Saturday 23 February 2019, 8pm, €20/€18 conc.

On Blueberry Hill by Sebastian Barry

presented by Fishamble

‘Now we’ve lived together in contentment, more or less, for nigh on twenty year.  Like turtle doves. – In prison, I mean, for fuck’s sake, the chances of that.’

Following the critically-acclaimed world premiere production as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival 2017, Olivier Award-winning Fishamble, and current Laureate of Irish Fiction Sebastian Barry, reunite for the revival tour of On Blueberry Hill to New York and on national tour in Ireland in 2019.  Fishamble are delighted to bring together Niall Buggy and David Ganly once again, in this production which critics called ‘superb’ (Irish Times), ‘phenomenal’ (Sunday Independent), and ‘outstanding’ (RTÉ Arena).  In Sebastian Barry’s unique style, On Blueberry Hill features best of friends and worst of enemies Christy and PJ, played by Niall Buggy and David Ganly. This new play is bursting with humanity, as it explores murder, forgiveness, survival and, ultimately, love in the prison of the human heart.

Written by Sebastian Barry
Directed by Jim Culleton
Dramaturgy Gavin Kostick

Fishamble is an Olivier Award-winning internationally acclaimed Irish theatre company, dedicated to the discovery, development and production of new work.

Wednesday 6 – Thursday 7 March,

Sweet about Me

by Jacinta Sheerin

Sweet about Me by Jacinta Sheerin
Wed 6 – Thurs 7 Mar

Sweet About Me, written and performed by glór’s Associate Artist Jacinta Sheerin, is a one woman show about addiction. Set in a treatment centre and based on the lives of five characters, Sweet About Me explores alcohol, heroin and cocaine addiction through the eyes of the central character - 18 year old Bernadette Fagan who has an eating disorder, a controlling mother and a body image to die for.  But food issues seem so trivial in comparison to the people with real problems like shooting heroin? Or does it?  Sweet About Me looks at how society views and ranks addiction. It aims to dispel myths and open our hearts to the toughest characters that we might judge in an every-day encounter.

Jacinta Sheerin is a playwright, actor and dramatherapist from Dublin, living in Ennistymon, Co. Clare. Jacinta has recently become one of glór’s three Associate Artists, and we are delighted to premiere her new work in 2019.


Friday 8th & Saturday 9th March, 8pm, €22/€20 conc.

Three Hail Marys

a play by Tommy Marren, presented by Crokey Hill Players

After spending over 10 years together in the same nursing home it’s time for Mary O’Toole, Mary O’Neill and Mary O’ Brien to bid farewell to one another.  It might be their last day in each other’s company but they decide to celebrate it in style!  From nostalgia to comedy and even a few sing-songs, it’s going to be one hell of a hooley!!!  This rip-roaring Irish comedy is written by Tommy Marren – writer of ‘It’s the Real McCoy’ and ‘Nobody’s Talking to Me’ – and is a must-see. You might not be on your knees praying but with these Three Hail Marys you’ll definitely be on your knees laughing!