Slapstick comedy guaranteed
BALLYCOGLEY PLAYERS TO STAGE THREE PLAYS IN SVP HALL
THE ST. Vincent de Paul's new hall in Michael Street will turn into a theatre next weekend when Ballycogley Players present their season of three on act plays.
Next Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 8 p.m. the hall will become a live theatre venue as the group stage the comedies 'Albert' by Richard Harris, ' A Time of Wolves and Tigers' by Hugh Leonard and ' Bad Habits', which was written by the crew themselves.
The new play has all the hallmarks of slapstick comedy and is set in a convent which is preparing for cutbacks. Albert is a comedy of misunderstandings involving a Finnish Au Pair an Italian visitor and an English man, while ' A Time of Wolves and Tigers' tells the tale of an alcoholic civil servant whose wife has left him.
The plays showcase the many talents within the Ballycogley players, and features new actors as well as their more seasoned thespians.
A night of laughter is promised - a perfect antidote to