Autumn Season 2017:

Date Time Show Company Details Book
Tuesday 17th to Saturday 21st October 8.00pm The 10x10 Minute Play Event Short Play Event
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Thursday 26th to Saturday 28th October 8.00pm The Comedy Improvised Halloween Murder Mystery Cabal Theatre Company
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Tues 7th and Weds 8th November

AND

Friday 17th and Saturday 18th November

8.00pm There Goes The Bell Cork RTAI Drama Group
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Thursday 9th to Saturday 11th November 8.00pm The Cork One Act Drama Festival Cork Heat of the All-Ireland Circuit
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10x10 Minute Play Event

Tuesday 17th to Saturday 21st October @ 8pm

The 10x10 Minute Play Event

The very popular 10 x 10 Minute Play event is back again.

Now in its 8th year, the event brings together writers, actors and directors in a celebration of theatre and, in particular, the short play format.

We have another 10 'slices of life' for you to enjoy with, once again, a variety of genres and themes but with a liberal sprinkling of comedy throughout.

Early booking is advised as this event usually sells out quickly.

PROGRAMME

ACT 1

  1. ‘Survival Strategy’ by Donna Hoke – Directed by Declan Lynch
  2. ‘Death by Reckless Matrimony’ by Linda Waller – Directed by Linda Waller
  3. ‘A Well-Packed Picnic’ by Síne Friel – Directed by Linda Waller
  4. ‘Dead Time’ by Aidan O’Keeffe – Directed by Aidan O’Keeffe
  5. ‘Kung Fu Kiss’ by Sinéad Flynn – Directed by James Horgan

ACT 2

  1. ‘Glacé Cherry’ by Molly Maguire – Directed by James Horgan
  2. ‘John and Joan’ by Michael Ryan – Directed by Tamasin MacCarthy-Morrogh
  3. ‘Discombobulated’ by Joanne Geary McCall – Directed by Ross Carey
  4. ‘Dear Susan, Love Harold’ by James Walczy – Directed by Deirdre Dunlea
  5. ‘My Scale Is Lying To Me’ by Scott Mullen – Directed by Conor Tallon

 

Tickets: €10

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Improv Murder Mystery

Thursday 26th to Saturday 28th October @ 8pm

Cabal Theatre Company presents

The Comedy Improvised Halloween Murder Mystery

The Comedy Improvised Murder Mystery Gang are back again with their hilarious ‘off the cuff’ antics for three nights only.

Starring Dominic MacHale (The Young Offenders), Laura Harte (The Improv Panto), Annette Roche and Adrian Scanlan (Snatch Comedy Improv) and Cornelius O'Sullivan (Cork Comedy Fest / CoCo Club).

This time in a ‘Cluedo-style’ show, Miss Scarlett, Colonel Mustard, Reverend Green, Mrs. Peacock and Professor Plum have gathered for a relaxed dinner party but there is never time to relax when this gang get together. Pretty soon things get out of hand with deadly (and hilarious) consequences.

With no script to fall back on the actors must improvise the entire plot with its many twists and turns. Once again the audience secretly decide who the unfortunate victim and the mysterious murderer will be. And they will also provide hilarious 'secrets’ that the cast read out at random moments to add mayhem and mirth to the proceedings. All of this is completed before the show starts so that the audience can then sit back, relax and let the hilarity unfold.

Tickets: €15, €12 concessions, Groups (8 or more): €10

Note: Concession and Group Rate bookings can only be made by calling the box office on 021 450 5624

 

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There Goes The Bell

Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th November @ 8pm

AND

Friday 17th and Saturday 18th November @ 8pm

Cork Retired Teachers Drama Group present

There Goes The Bell

by Helen Hallissey

THE FIRST TWO NIGHTS OF THIS SHOW ARE SOLD OUT.
TWO EXTRA DATES HAVE BEEN ADDED DUE TO DEMAND - 17th and 18th November.

This play is a very funny insight into the life of the teacher and an insider view of how schools really work.

Helen Hallissey clearly has her finger on the pulse of education in Ireland and this play depicts a year in the life of a school. Absolutely hilarious!

Tickets: €15

 

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The Cork One Act Drama Festival

Thursday 9th to Saturday 11th November

Cork Arts Theatre presents

The Cork One Act Drama Festival

The Cork heat of the All-Ireland One Act Drama Festival will, once again, bring groups from all over Ireland to the Cork Arts Theatre to compete for the all-important points in their bid to reach the All-Ireland Final.

The standard of acting and production is always of a high standard for this event as the groups will be pulling out all the stops in the competition to impress the adjudicator.

This event is always very well attended so early booking is advised in order to secure your seat.

Tickets: €12

 

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