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Nenagh Players' dinner theatre continues this week

Wednesday, 12th September, 2018 2:42pm
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Nenagh Players' dinner theatre continues this week
Nenagh Players' dinner theatre continues this week

The Nenagh Players continue with their dinner theatre this week - a fun night's entertainment while having dinner - in their annual jaunt in some local restaurants.

They have two performances this week in the HiB on Thursday September 13th and Larkin's in Garrykennedy on Friday September 14th (please contact the restaurants direct for bookings and further information). This year's Dinner Theatre is a selection of the best of the group's previous sketches - in other words 'Their Greatest Hits' to mark the group's 75th anniversary. 


On Monday next, September 17th, at 8pm there will auditions for the group’s Festival Play - Tom McIntyre's 'What happened Bridgie Cleary' (Director Donal Bray) - a play about a Tipperary woman who was killed by her husband in 1895. The play is set in the anteroom of heaven. The audition will take place in the Nenagh Players Store (beside Cinnamon Alley). All are welcome.

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