Filmed in Ireland in Albert Nobbs unfolds within the opulent rooms of nineteenth century Dublin’s most luxurious hotel. Albert, the shy butler, keeps to himself for a very good reason. Albert has been hiding a secret for a very long time. Albert is actually a woman. Don’t miss Albert Nobbs on Thursday, October 18th (8pm).
Patrons should note the cert for the film is 15A. Admission is priced at E7 and payable at the door.
Surrey-based theatre company Hotbuckle Productions are bringing their stage version of Victor Hugo’s novel Les Miserables to the Nenagh Arts Centre on Saturday, October 20th.
Hugo’s masterful novel tells the story of Prisoner 24601 Jean Valjean.
Released from prison, he begins his bitter struggle to find redemption for the sins of his past and become a force for good.
Always at his heels is his nemesis, the ruthless, puritanical policeman Javert, who has made it his life’s work to recapture Valjean and put him back in prison.
Set in France in a time when riot and revolution were in the air and those with all the power and money were blinkered to the coming storm this is an epic story of love, injustice and atonement.
Patrons are to note this is not the musical adaptation of this work.
The production will be staged at 8pm on Saturday, October 20th. Admission: E15.
For tickets call 067 34400 or online at www.nenagharts.com.