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“It’s a Bag O Cans not a Bag O Can’ts!” is Jason’s philosophy for life but Ella his best friend is not so sure. Ella wonders is the more to life than drinking cans, while Jason is certain the only way to get through life IS to drink cans. This short play tells the tale of the two best friends trying to navigate their way through life. Funny and thought provoking join Jason and Ella and don’t forget yer cans!
Written and Directed by Martina Collender. Starring Kieran Walsh and Nicola Spendlove.
Tickets: Admission Free – Limited Availability – Booking Essential: €0.00 available from Box Office 051 874402 or www.theatreroyal.ie
Written and performed by Elaine O’ Dwyer, this one-woman show marks the centenary of legendary Irish actress Maureen O’ Hara who was born in 1920.
Star of Hollywood’s Golden Age, O’ Hara played roles that often mirrored her true persona as a tough, feisty and courageous woman.
She stood her ground in Hollywood and steered clear of the casting couch – “I wasn’t a whore. I was unwilling to make that kind of sacrifice to get a part in a movie.”
Portraying over twenty characters in this tour de force performance, O’ Dwyer will take the audience on an intimate journey with Maureen, revealing the person she was behind the limelight.
The vanity case used in the play is the original case which belonged to O’ Hara.
Start @8pm, Tickets: Unrestricted View: €18.00 / €16 conc.
Restricted View: €15 available from Box Office 051 874402 or www.theatreroyal.ie
on Saturday 19th September 2020 at 8:00pm
As one of Ireland’s most acclaimed live artists, Paddy has headlined Irish festivals, Dublin Castle, played a week-long residency in the Olympia Theatre, performed his own headline concert in the RDS, has supported many top names worldwide including U2 and played live on The Late Show with David Letterman.
Paddy’s debut album, Amen (So Be It) went multi-platinum and his next album; Living went at least eleven times platinum in Ireland which has made it one of the top selling Irish albums ever.
Start @8pm,Tickets €24 available from Box Office 051 874402 or www.theatreroyal.ie