Table Plan for Online Tickets

To help you chose your table when buying tickets online, please refer to the attached table plan. Only a limited number of tickets are available online each night. If you would rather sit at a different table, please call Marians Bookshop 052 6123813 to purchase your tickets. Marian's now has the facility to take payment by credit card over the phone. Please note the earlier starting time of … [Read more...]

Calling all those interested in Drama

Are you interested in doing something new this autumn, why not join our drama group? We offer you the opportunity to get involved both onstage & behind the scenes in a variety of roles. Suzanne Shine, director of our Christmas Dinner Theatre production of "Don't Dress for Dinner" by Marc Camoletti is looking for people who are interested in helping out in a variety of roles behind the … [Read more...]

Readings for Don’t Dress for Dinner

Clonmel Theatre Guild are delighted to announce our Christmas Dinner Theatre Production is Marc Camoletti's hilarious comedy "Don't Dress for Dinner". Directed by Suzanne Shine, it will be staged in Raheen House Hotel on 30th November to 3 December 2021. Readings for this play will take place in The Coachman Bar on 27th & 29th September 2021 at 7.30pm. Director Suzanne Shine has the … [Read more...]

Virtual Rehearsals

In spite of Covid 19, the guild are delighted to produce a radio play for the Christmas season. Artistic Director Jim Malone invited Catherine McVicker to direct Charles Dickens classic play "A Christmas Carol". Given current government guidelines about meeting in groups, we couldn't rehearse in person, but that didnt stop us. We embraced modern technology and rehearsals took place in the virtural … [Read more...]

A Christmas Carol

  Clonmel Theatre Guild in association with South Tipperary Arts Centre are delighted to announce our radio play production of Charles Dickens classic “A Christmas Carol.” Directed by Catherine McVicker, this play will be broadcast on Pure Radio Tipperary on Christmas Eve 2020 at 6pm & again on Tipp Mid West Radio on Christmas Day 2020 between 2 & 4pm. Cast (in order of … [Read more...]

We will be back!

Clonmel Theatre Guild will be back stronger than ever! We regret that due to the ongoing pandemic all our performances, including our annual Christmas Dinner Theatre, have been cancelled. We will return to the stage as soon as it is possible in accordance Government guidelines. We miss all our patrons and hope that you remain safe & well until we meet again. … [Read more...]

Cast announced for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS WE HAVE POSTPONED OUR UPCOMING PRODUCTION UNTIL ADVISED BY THE HSE THAT IT IS SAFE TO DO SO. Until then please stay safe & mind yourself. Thank You for your support over the years. Clonmel Theatre Guild is delighted to announce our next production will be Tennessee Williams’ iconic play “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” directed by Catherine McVicker.  It will be staged … [Read more...]

Readings for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams

Our next production is Tennessee Williams iconic play "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" directed by Catherine McVicker. It will be staged in the White Memorial Theatre on 20th - 23rd May 2020. Open readings will be held in The Coachman, Parnell Street, Clonmel on Monday 17th and Thursday 20th February at 7.30 to 9.30pm. All are welcome to attend. … [Read more...]

2019/20 Season

The committee are busy selecting our Christmas Dinner Theatre production which will staged in Raheen House Hotel on 3rd - 6th December and directed by Esther Byrne. Watch this space for the big reveal of the play title and the dates for readings. … [Read more...]

Review of ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ by Fidelma Collins

Review of ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ performed by Clonmel Theatre Guild at the White Memorial Theatre in May 2019 Clonmel Theatre Guild recently celebrated 50 years of dramatic performance in the town of Clonmel. The Guild is a drama off-shoot from St. Mary’s Choral Society and was formed on February 23rd 1969 at a meeting in Hearn’s Hotel. To celebrate this milestone, the Guild chose … [Read more...]