Nenagh Players Back With Comedy

The Nenagh Players return to the Town Hall Arts Centre this November with another rip-roaring comedy. Following on from last year’s sell-out run of Out of Order, the Players are staging the American comedy, Lend me a Tenor, by Ken Ludwig. Think the Marx Brothers crossed with The Three Stooges and you have some idea of the fun that awaits.

The Nenagh Players return to the Town Hall Arts Centre this November with another rip-roaring comedy. Following on from last year’s sell-out run of Out of Order, the Players are staging the American comedy, Lend me a Tenor, by Ken Ludwig. Think the Marx Brothers crossed with The Three Stooges and you have some idea of the fun that awaits.

Lend me a Tenor features some old hands and will also see new faces on the stage, with Donal Bray, Robbie Glennon and Sheila Chadwick joining Margaret Walsh, Irene O’Meara, Noel Stanley and Ciara O’Sullivan in this production, which is being directed by Orlagh Shanahan. Orlagh is making her directorial debut with the Players.

Lend me a Tenor runs from Tuesday, November 8, to Saturday, November 12, with curtain up at 8.30pm. Tickets cost E13 and available from DK Travel at 067-37964. The opening gala night on Tuesday, November 8, will be in aid of Nenagh Special Summer Camp. Tickets cost E22, including wine and refreshments before the show.

If you are interested in helping out with this production, contact any member of the Nenagh Players or email nenaghplayers@gmail.com