Tue 22nd March – 2nd April in The Main Space
Meg March is all set to marry local politician John Brooke. He has everything a 19th Century woman could desire- teeth and an income!
However, Meg’s sister, Jo, knows that John is not quite as perfect as he first appears. Jo, a playwright and political activist, plots to liberate her sister from a life of marital enslavement.
To do so she enlists the help of her youngest sister and lifelong nemesis, Amy…with explosive results!
Even poor Beth with her impending death is causing a bothersome race against the clock for the couple!
Will Meg make it to the church alive for the happiest day of her life?!
Not suitable for children.
Written by: Teri FitzGerald
Directed by: Philip Doherty
Cast: Ashleigh Dorrell, Clodagh Mooney Duggan, Teri FitzGerald, Megan O’Flynn Aislinn O’Byrne, Aoibheann McCann, Christopher McCormack, Daryl McCormack, Dave Rowe, India Mullen, John Doran, Louise O’Meara, Polly Lloyd, Shane O’Regan
You might also find our popular ‘meal and a show’ deals INCREDIBLY appealing…
Delicious meals are served in our Banquet Hall before the performance on the dates listed below.
dinner and a show €30 – Fri 25th March (Good Friday) – dinner at 6pm
brunch and a show €26 – Saturday 26th March – brunch at 12:30pm
dinner and a show €30 OR dinner, SMOCKTAIL and a show €34 – Friday 1st April – dinner at 6pm
dinner and a show €30 OR dinner, SMOCKTAIL and a show €34 – Saturday 2nd April – dinner at 6pm
Trout with Sautéd Potatoes & Spring Onions with Sauce Vierge
Braised Beef & Shallots with Garlic Mash
Root Vegetable Puff Pastry Pies with Sweet Potato Wedges
Sweetcorn Fritters, Spicy Sweet Potatoes, Bacon and Scrambled Eggs. Served with Smoked Ketchup.
Ricotta & Banana Pancakes with Berry Compote.