50th Anniversary Celebrations

Excitement is building in Clonmel Theatre Guild as the countdown is on to the 50th anniversary of its formation on 23 February 1969. On that momentous night a group of members of the drama group attached to St Mary’s Choral Society decided at a special meeting in Hearn’s Hotel to form themselves into a separate organisation to be known as the Clonmel Theatre Guild. Over the past 50 years the … [Read more...]

50th Anniversary Production

Clonmel Theatre Guild are delighted to announce the Readings for our 50th Anniversary Production "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" will be held on Tuesday 5th & Wednesday 6th February in the Coachman Pub at 7.30pm. Directed by Anne Williamson, this production will take place in the White Memorial Theatre on May 15th-18th. Ken Kesey's 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest' is narrated by Chief … [Read more...]

Lend me a Tenor

Clonmel Theatre Guild launches it's 50th Season with our dinner theatre production of Ken Ludwig's hilarious comedy "Lend me a Tenor". Directed by Sarah Finnegan, it will be staged in Raheen House Hotel on 4th-7th December 2018. "Lend Me A Tenor" sees Henry Saunders, the general manager of the Clonmel Grand Opera Company,  primed to welcome world famous, Tito Merelli, Il Stupendo, the greatest … [Read more...]

Clonmel Theatre Guild enters it’s 50th Season

Clonmel Theatre Guild has just entered it 50th season of providing live, local amateur drama in Clonmel. We have some wonderful plans to celebrate our Golden Jubilee with you. So keep an eye on our facebook page to keep up to date with all we have lined up for you. … [Read more...]

Dancing at Lughnasa article in The Nationalist

Dancing at Lughnasa Production a huge hit for Clonmel Theatre Guild Dylan White 6 Jun 2018 The Nationalist Newspaper Email: dylan.white@iconicnews.ie “I can't say enough about the cast and crew who put 100% into the production,” praised director Paul Kelly following Clonmel Theatre Guild’s engaging performance of Brian Friel’s Dancing at Lughnasa at the White Memorial Theatre. The … [Read more...]

Clonmel Theatre Guild presents Dancing at Lughnasa

"It has been fantastic being part of Clonmel Theatre Guild over the years and seeing it go from strength to strength has been great," chairperson Carol Acheson tells South Tipp Today ahead of Clonmel Theatre Guild's highly anticipated production of Brian Friel's Dancing at Lughnasa. The Guild celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2019 and Carol says the desire to raise the roof at the White … [Read more...]

Ceili Shindig

Do you fancy a night of 'ceol agus craic', then join us in Bakers Pub on Thursday 19th April at 9pm for what promises to be a great night of fun and laughter. Music by Mad Pat, no cover charge. You might even win one of fabulous raffle prizes! So put the date in you diary and be sure to come along to support us and our production of Dancing at Lughnasa. … [Read more...]

Clonmel Theatre Guild supports CARE

Clonmel Theatre Guild loves to support local charities and at our recent dinner theatre production of "Funny Money", we chose to support CARE Cancer Support Centre in Clonmel. The CARE Cancer Support Centre aims to provide support and information to anyone affected by cancer in South Tipperary and surrounding area. The diagnosis of cancer can mark the beginning of a frightening journey. The … [Read more...]

Dancing at Lughnasa

Clonmel Theatre Guild proudly present Brian Friel's "Dancing at Lughnasa" to be staged in the White Memorial Theatre on 16th-19th May 2018. "Dancing at Lughnasa" is loosely based on the lives of Friel's mother and aunts who lived in Glenties, on the west coast of Donegal. Set in the summer of 1936 in the fictional town of Ballybeg, the play depicts the late summer days when love briefly seems … [Read more...]

Wonderful Review of Funny Money in The Nationalist

WATCH: Ridiculously brilliant 'Funny Money' an outstanding success for Clonmel Theatre Guild Hard working Clonmel Theatre Guild produce mind-blowing production of Ray Cooney's 'Funny Money'. By Dylan White 8/12/17 Clonmel Theatre Guild’s ridiculously brilliant dinner theatre production ‘Funny Money’ blew audiences minds at Raheen House Hotel this week. Guild founder Jim Malone excelled … [Read more...]