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Next it was the stunning ‘Juno and the Paycock’ by Sean O’Casey, a favourite of director and driving force, Teresa McKevitt.
The production this time is ‘The Playboy’, the fourth of Synge’s plays, and performed first in the Abbey Theatre in 1907, where it provoked an immediate riot and continuing controversy.
The cast is Bridie Burke,
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card game against humanity, Seamus Gregory, Elaine Harold,
card game humanity, Harry Harold, Mary Harrison, Brid Lennon, Catriona Murphy, Patricia McCann,
cards agenst humanity, Dan McKevitt, Liz Ann McKevitt, John McKevitt, Grainne McShane, Derek Roddy and Nora Toner.
So, get your tickets, as admission is by ticket only, and treat yourself to an evening’s entertainment in the shebeen of Michael James Flaherty, his daughter Pegeen Mike and a host of great characters.
Tickets are 10 (adult) and 5 (children), and are available from Dan’s Stonewall Cafe, The Square, Carlingford, and from any member of the cast. All monies will go to the local Day Care Centre, the Carlingford/ Omeath branch of The Irish Red Cross and The Foy Centre.