Wednesday October 11th- A reading of plays (1acts) starting at 8pm , lots of parts will be on offer so come along, bring a friend and start that acting career you have always desired!
Friday 20th October 8pm- pictures!
Friday 27th October- OPEN MIC doors open 8pm show starts 8.30pm Everyone welcome. usual offers, freebies and prizes. musicians, poets, storytellers, singers , yarnspinners and down right liars this is your chance to shine!
November 9th-11th our production of 'GASLIGHT' by Patrick Hamilton. Studio , Market Place Theatre. Tickets now available at Market Place box office
Also on 27th in Market Place Theatre Armagh the Dungannon drama group Castle Hill present 'The Memory of water' by Shelagh Stevenson. Featuring our very own Margery Quinn. This show is also running in Ranfurley House Arts centre, Dungannon wed 18th -21st October (thurs 19th proceeds to Cancer Choices NI)
And also Bridie Heaney, of this parish, has been seconded to the Bardic Players (Donaghmore) for their production of 2 one acts 'One for the road' and ' Akind of Alaska' Market Place Theatre November 17th (fri)
So that's two Tyrone drama groups have to take two of our talented members for their productions to be presented in Armagh's premier theatre! Talk about coals to Newcastle, ice to Eskimos, apples to Armagh!
Delighted to announce confirmation that Armagh Pipers Club will be appearing as our guest community group in Abbey Lane Theatre on 29th.
The Pipers Club, like Armagh Theatre Group, just last year celebrated 50 yrs continuous service to our community, an achievement that many Blue chip business can only dream of. Throughout those years we have collaborated in plays, concerts and community festivals to entertain audiences for the love of 'the Arts'. So it's very fitting that we will come together to entertain ourselves. Be part of the privileged audience for a night of top class traditional music mixed with songs, stories, poetry and yarns. DO NOT MISS THIS ONE!
Admi £5 for 5 mins on stage; comp glass of wine/soft drink and nibbles provided. Limerick Laughs competition this month's subject is AN HONEST DAYS WORK
Doors open 8pm you're welcome to Bring your own bottle (and a friend)
The second annual John O'Connor Writing School returns to the city from the Thursday 2nd Nov to Sunday 5th with another exciting programme for all.
Once again Armagh Theatre Group have open the door of 'Abbey Lane' to this great literary festival and will be hosting several events during the programme.
Friday 5pm - 6 pm Geoff Hill will present a Talk and Slideshow 'Falling off Motorcycles, a beginners guide' £6
Friday 7pm - 8pm Conor Carville on the distinguished Armagh born actor Patrick McGee 'Let's talk Beckett and Patrick Mcgee' £7
Saturday 7pm- 8pm Jane Coyle presents 'Both Sides by Jane Coyle' a staged reading, inspired by the writings of Samuel Beckett £7
TONIGHT 8PM ,ABBEY LANE THEATRE, BRING YOUR OWN TIPPLE, and PARTY with the SOUNDS OF 'MIGHTY QUINN' in the magic atmosphere of old Abbey Lane. Courtyard under cover, BYOB! Free gig ; donations collected towards band costs.
'MIGHTY QUINN' back by popular public demand ,12th AUGUST start 8PM ABBEY LANE THEATRE. EXPECT A FULL HOUSE!
Bring your own tipple, Free event. Voluntary donations for band to cover costs will be gratefully accepted.