Powerful drama to make Clonmel history

For the first time ever, John B Keane’s epic drama ‘The Field’ will take to the stage at the White Memorial Theatre in Clonmel from 16th-19th May 2017. With a powerful strong cast under the direction of Anne Williamson, Clonmel Theatre Guild is buzzing with excitement in anticipation of this production. Rehearsals are in full swing while the crew behind the scenes are working hard building a … [Read more...]

Meet the Characters in The Field

Thady "The Bull" McCabe (Ger Meagher) The play's main character and anti-hero, Bull is as strong as an ox - and just as powerful. Having grazed and rented Maggie Butler's field for five years, along with his son Tadhg, Bull believes he is the rightful owner. "The Bird" O'Donnell (Kevin Fahey) A mischievous calf buyer and a regular at Flanagan's pub, Bird is an acquaintance of The … [Read more...]

Meet the People Behind the Scenes

No play could make it to the stage without the people who work tirelessly behind the scenes. Let us introduce them to you. … [Read more...]

“Why is that so Funny?” Comedy Workshop

Clonmel Theatre Guild is delighted announce that well-known local Director and Performer Amy Hill returns to facilitate a comedy workshop “Why is that so funny?” on Saturday 15th October in St Oliver’s Community Hall, Clonmel from 2pm to 5pm. About the Workshop Amy has devised a three hour fun filled workshop based on the principles and practices of comedic performance for stage. This … [Read more...]

Readings for Murder at Mole End

Readings for Murder at Mole End take place on Monday 5th and Tuesday 6th September 2016 in Raheen House Hotel at 7.30pm. Anyone interested in being part of this production either to audition for a part or get involved behind the scenes are welcome to come along. We look forward to seeing you there. … [Read more...]

2016 AGM

2015/16 was another successful season for Clonmel Theatre Guild who held their AGM on Thursday 26th May 2016. Outgoing Chairman Ger Meagher thanked the committee for their dedication and commitment to the guild over the past year. He was especially happy that the guild had run two successful workshops during the year, showing the guild’s commitment to training its own members, while encouraging … [Read more...]

Fun filled Drama Workshop

Clonmel Theatre Guild is delighted to announce that well known local actor and drama therapist AMY HILL has agreed to facilitate a fun-filled Drama Workshop for anyone aged 18+, who would like to join us to learn more about acting & drama. It will be held on Saturday 21st May 2016 in St Oliver’s Community Hall, Clonmel, from 2pm to 5pm. About the Workshop Amy Hill has devised a three … [Read more...]

High Jinks in Donegal

There is great excitement in the guild as our Dinner Theatre production of The Communication Cord draws near. According to director Paul Kelly, the cast are totally at ease with their characters and rehearsals are running very smoothly. At times everyone falls around the place in fits of laughter at the hilarity of the play and the antics of the characters. Stage and Props Manager Carolanne … [Read more...]

Cast for The Communication Cord Announced

We are delighted to announce an amazing cast of familiar and new members for our upcoming dinner theatre production of Brian Friel's hilarious comedy The Communication Cord. This play is directed by Paul Kelly, with Adrienne Small looking after production and Carolanne Mullooly as stage manager. … [Read more...]

Rehearsals get underway

It's a new year and a new production. Rehearsals commenced this week for the guild's upcoming dinner theatre production of Brian Friel's comedy 'The Communication Cord', which will be staged in Raheen House Hotel on 30 March - 2 April 2016. The cast, which includes many of our well-known actors alongside some new faces, were eager to get started on this hilarious comedy - having studied their … [Read more...]