Brilliant depiction of Doris in 'GoodThings' by Wilma Campbell
It is with heart bursting pride that we finally announce the laying of our new flooring in Abbey Lane. This occasion was captured on camera by tireless volunteers whos devotion to duty was rewarded by capturing the rare sight of a man using a vacuum cleaner... un-aided. Anyone who can name this 'Hero' please get in touch via social media so he can be thanked for breaking another glass barrier in the quest for sexual equality.!
The demolition crew arrived on that crisp cold December morning with not a hard hat between us. Reflector jackets and gloves were for wimps, with high heels the foot ware of choice for this hard working team as we got stuck into the old cream/oats coloured Ulster carpet. The ripping and tearing by bear hands, with not a thought for broken nails or ruined skin carried on for all of 20 mins before a call for coffee and buns stopped carpet removal activity. After a well earned hour's break we returned with renewed vigor to complete this physically demanding task. WE knew the full membership of the Theatre Group (even if they weren't there) would be grateful to the few who stood up to the plate and ate the buns. Here are that 'Carpet Crew' you are indebted to.
Felim looking for that half crown he lost in 1973
Some of those who attended a wonderful celebration dinner dance at the Charlemont Arms Hotel. A night to remember among a year of nights to remember. Hopefully the success of 2016 will continue into 2017 and onwards for the next 50years.
Set in the iconic Robinson's library in Armagh City prior to Georgian Day 2016. Reading ; Goretti Moore, Madeleine Kelly, Peter Kelly and Hilary Good introduced by Rodney Villiers.
Adam ,Kevin, Malcom and Malachi take their well rehearsed bow.
Wonderful images by Conor Greenan of Armagh Theatre Group's production of 'Our Town' which played to full houses in the Marketplace Theatre recently. The cast made up of regular 'Theatre Group members ,young new talent and some slightly older new faces along with Armagh's own U3A choir numbered over 50 as they took their bow. Enthusiastic audiences showed their appreciation of a polished production, directed by Margery Quinn, in offering standing ovations for all concerned.
Emily (Monique Rennie), Mr&Mrs Gibbs (Peter Kelly/Bridie Heaney)
Armagh Theatre Group's production of Thornton Wilder's classic 'Our Town' will be presented in the Market Place Theatre from the 17th to 19th November.
Presently rehearsals are at full steam ahead in various venues around the city with several community groups involved.
This shot in St Catherine's college shows a moment of concentration as we immerse ourselves into the characters.
Some photos from the Backburners Drama Circle performing 'Tuesdays with Morrie' on Wed at Abbey Lane.