After a long break the Kilfenora Players will return to the stage in the local community hall – on 2, 3 and 4 December at 8pm – with “It’s the Real McCoy”. This highly acclaimed comedy was written by Tommy Marren, a playwright and radio broadcaster from Co Mayo.
The action takes place over two days in the spring of 1964 in the humble abode of Madge Molloy – a woman in her mid-60s who has for 40 years wondered why her husband Tom, to whom she was married for just four months, disappeared without trace or reason.
The cast comprises John Howard, Paul Carkill, Willie Cahir, Mary Buckley, Lisa Carkill, Caroline O’Dea and Eileen Hegarty; the Stage crew is Mary McCormack, Michael O’Loughlin, and Pat and John Lynch. As always with the Kilfenora Players, under the direction of Fr Ned Crosby, this promises to be a great night of amateur drama.
Tickets – €10 (or €15 for a family) – are only available on the door on the night. So get there early to avoid disappointment.
For more details on Tommy Marren (pictured below) see here.