Boeing Boeing – Play by Marc Camoletti

Our upcoming Dinner Theatre production at Raheen House Hotel on 9th - 11th December is Marc Camoletti's hilarious mile-high comedy “Boeing Boeing” directed by Amanda Kirwan. Amanda is a well-known and well-loved member of our guild, who has entertained Clonmel audiences in both leading roles and director in the past. “Boeing Boeing” is set in the 1960s and swinging bachelor Bernard couldn’t be … [Read more...]

A Medieval Romance – Festival Cluain Meala

Clonmel Theatre Guild is delighted to be taking part in the 2014 Festival Cluain Meala this August. As part of the Heritage Weekend we will be performing a short open-air play “A Medieval Romance” on August 10th in the Gordon Place car park. The one-act play is a medieval comedy of errors and is sure to tickle the ribs! We look forward to seeing you there. Cast:- Michael Hennessy, Ricky … [Read more...]

Noises Off – Play by Michael Frayn

Clonmel Theatre Guild is celebrating its 45th anniversary by staging what is commonly thought of as the funniest play ever written in the White Memorial Theatre, Clonmel from 11th to 13th June. Michael Frayn’s Noises Off is, according to Pat Kenny – who recently interviewed Michael Frayn on his News Talk radio programme, the funniest play he has ever seen. Noises Off tells the story of a … [Read more...]

Prescription Murder – Play by William Link & Richard Levison

Performed: 13th –16th November 2013 It's 1962 and Dr. Roy Fleming wants out of his marriage. With help from his girlfriend he plans the perfect murder. Unfortunately for him he hasn't heard of the cigar smoking Lieutenant Colombo. Prescription Murder is our first time to see the man who was to grace our TV screens for many years to come. Written by William Link and Richard Levinson the play … [Read more...]

Trouble in Paradise – Three One-Act Plays

Performed: 12th –15th June 2013 Last Respects by Colin Calvery - Directed by Carol Acheson Henry Throgmorton (deceased) has decreed that a wake should be held in his honour. The guests, previously unknown to each other, are his wife and his two mistresses... Cast: Deadlock - Paul Kelly Valerie - Jacquie Slater Brenda - Suzanne Dunne Mrs. T - Miriam O’Connell Henry - Jim … [Read more...]

Cash on Delivery – Play by Michael Cooney

Performed: 17th – 20th April 2013 Cash on Delivery is set in the living room of 344 Chilton Rd, just off the Mile End Road in East London on a windy October morning. Eric Swan, the owner of the house, has been entangled in an elaborate swindle of the DSS (Dept. of Social Security) but all begins to unravel this morning, with the visit of Inspectors from the DSS. In true farce style, characters … [Read more...]

See How They Run – Play by Philip King

Performed: 22nd – 26th March 2011 Cast: Man - Tom Callery Rev. Lionel Toope - Ger Meagher Bishop of Lax - Jim Malone Rev. Arthur Humphrey - John Leahy Penelope Toope - Juanita Guidera Miss Skillon - Rachael Culligan Ida - Amanda Kirwan Clive - Sean Bergin Sergeant - Michael Hennessy Director: Patricia Harte … [Read more...]

The Country Boy – Play by John Murphy

Performed: 7th –10th November 2012 Eddie Maher returns to visit his birthplace in Ireland with his American wife, after many years in America. His younger brother Curly is about to leave and join him in America. Eddie doesn’t want him to go, as America isn’t as wonderful as people in Ireland think. Eddie regrets leaving Ireland and believes his brother is making the same mistake he made. His … [Read more...]

Move Over Mrs Markham – Play by Ray Cooney & John Chapman

Performed: 27th – 31st March 2012 Once upon a time there were people in love but as with every love story nothing is simple. In this case, Mr. Walter Pangbourne (John Halley) loves Mrs. Linda Lodge (Carol Acheson), who loves Mr. Henry Lodge (Jim Malone), who loves Felicity Jane Wilkinson (Esther Byrne), who loves Mr. Philip Markham (Sean Bergin), who loves Mrs. Joanna Markham (Patricia Harte), … [Read more...]

The Chastitute – Play by John B. Keane

Performed: 23rd – 26th November 2011 This is a John B. Keane play and in it he has captured rural Ireland with all their prejudices and morals in an hilarious and insightful way. There is a wonderful and experienced cast; indeed Ger Meagher shines as The Chastitute in a part that could have been written for him. Among the large cast is Amanda Kirwan who is known for her comedy and Sean … [Read more...]