It’s supposed to be a day of special celebration as Mattie and Maggie Conway celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. However, few people know that they haven’t spoken a word to each other in ten years and when the local priest decides to surprise them by calling to their house to renew their marriage vows all hell breaks loose! It’s rip-roaring comedy as Tommy Marren brings to life the follow-up play to the hilarious It’s The Real McCoy. Set in rural Ireland in 1969 you should prepare yourself for another night of continuous laughter.
Ennis. Halloween. There’s a party to get to and Mikey and Casey have everything they need….Booze. Cash. Drugs. Each other.
The only problem is they’re stuck. Stuck on a roof. Stuck together. And as they wait for the guards to stop circling the house, they find out there are some truths you can’t climb down from.
A raucous and unlikely romantic drama, twenty feet up.
Following a sold out run in London, this award-winning play by John O'Donovan comes home to Ennis.
John O’Donovan is a playwright from Clarecastle, Co. Clare. After studying at St Flannan's College and UCD, his work has been read and staged in Ireland by Druid Theatre, the Abbey Theatre and the Irish Drama League as well as in the UK at the Old Vic, the Old Red Lion, New Diorama, Southwark Playhouse, Theatre503 and the Arcola Theatre. A former member of the the Abbey Theatre Playwrights Hub, the Old Vic 12, Orange Tree Writers Collective and the Royal Court Young Writers Programme, he has had stories, plays and poems published in the Clare Champion, Verbal Arts Magazine, Crannóg and Bare Fiction. In 2017 he won the IARA award for Best Playwright. His debut play, If We Got Some More Cocaine I Could Show You How I Love You is published by Bloomsbury Methuen Drama.