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The stage is waiting for you to get up and entertain.

Tomorrow night in Abbey Lane Theatre's famous Open Mic we have special singing guest Colm Gavin all the way from Dublin, we will have a local World record holder and sell-out author, we will have poetry, songs, music and craic all evening for a massive cover charge of £5.....  Dont miss the surprizes, the raffle, launch of our new Poetry Competition for 2024, and our famous welcome to all who come along.   Limited space so dont leave it too late!



Some of the reviews and comments from our audiences for 'IMPACT' at Marketplace Theatre Nov 23'
Mary Mckenna
Congratulations to Armagh Theatre on their fantastic production last night.
A sad story brought to life so brilliantly.
41 m
Daniel Ó Faogaín
Absolutely brilliant story telling, The script , acting, costumes and lighting were fabulous. A heartfelt story exquisitely told.
10 h
Helen Comiskey
Keeps getting better. Well done everyone xx
11 h
Nuala Murphy
It was fantastic & congratulations to all the cast. I have been wanting to go to this for some time & always seemed to miss it. I would highly recommend 🎉🎉
19 h
Mairead Toner
It was fantastic all the cast were brilliant 🎭
19 h
Sandra Woods
Great to see such an important historical event brought to life which such sensitivity and attention to detail. excellent production, well done to all involved.
19 h
Geraldine Murray-Mckenna
It was absolutely amazing, congratulations to each and everyone involved 👏👏
21 h
All the members of the cast  would like to thank everyone who came to the performances in there 100's and made it such a special occasion for them and Armagh Theatre Group. Local history told by local people.

Went to see 'Impact" last night. Excellent. A very important play informing a new audience of the horrendous railway accident. The topic was handled sensitively and acted well. I was in the upper gallery and heard all. Using the guide and tourists at the statue was a very good way to start the play. The scene with children dancing as angels was very poignant. Reading out the names was also an emotional piece of drama and by making it the first list of 30 or so deaths it didn’t take too long. The full list of names at the end with music was again very well done and a tribute to those lives lost. I’m sure lots of relatives must have brought their own stories to you after seeing the play. Well done to Byddi, Malachi and you for taking on the research and writing and producing the play.



Never write reviews but felt strongly to let you all know that I took my 2 daughters to see Impact last night in Armagh. Wow wow wow what a performance of such a tragedy we were all blown away and enjoyed learning so much about it, soo well written and acted out, huge huge credit to you all super well done, we all look forward to seeing you on the stage again!



Relatives of Thomas McGrath, the ill-fated train driver of the  Sunday school excursion train, travelled from Dundalk

to see last night's production of IMPACT.

Two of Thomas's great,great nieces felt apprehensive as to how their 'Uncle' would be portrayed. They had just recently found

out their family link to the tradgey but came away from the performance with a sence of pride that he tried to stand up for what he

believed was right against  what could be conceived as greed on the part of authority.  

Both loved the production and wished ATG all the best for tonight's (Sat) performance.

L to R Tim, Sandra Woods, Byddi, Linda Martin, Margery  and Malachi


Dispite heavy rain and ghosts running wild on the City streets, our Open Mic had a great turnout to welcome Glen Wilson for his first visit to Abbey Lane. 

A Richhill man Glen now resides in Portadown where he rubs shoulders with other fine bards in David Braziel and Anesu Mtowa, both of whom have guested here in recent times.

Other poets on the night  were Rachel Toner; John Henderson; and Malachi Kelly. Storytellers: Matthew Toner, Ellen McKenna, Brian Lamb and Kerry Clarke. Musicians and singers: Dennis McCloskey; Aislinn Whyte; Theo Sinton; Peter Kelly; Danny Doran; Frances Lavery and Fergal Donnelly. And then there was Dymphna!


Aislinn Whyte sang 'Gosford's fair Demesne' and got up again to the delight of the audience and sang her rendition of 'Roger the Miller' with the confidence of someone far beyond her young age. We finished off with Danny Doran singing the blues.


Thanks to all who attended, who contributed to the entertainment and those who helped out clearing all away for the youth group in the morning. But especially to our guest poet Glen it was an honour  to have you visit.

Next Open Mic is 24th November ( last of this year) We hope to have Dublin singer/sonwriter Colm Gavin as guest. An up and coming talent who has featured on RTE radio 1, recorded albums and played in Europe and America.

Also, if all goes well, a special invite to a local legend, himself a writer of numerous books and a record holder. So keep Friday night 24th Nov free for another great night's entertainment for £5!

ATG members took their pet T Rex to St Audoen's, Cof I in Dublin for the launch of the literary issue 'The Storms' and were a roaring success.
Accompanied by trainer, Byddi Lee with assistance from Malachi , photos show our T Rex performing a scene from Byddi's new play 'Toxic Relationships'. Her new work on climatic change to raptor-ous applause.
A date for your diary Armagh Theatre Group will be delighted to stage the full play in Abbey Lane April 24'
Thanks to Damien Donnelly editor 'The Storms' for the invite.
After our extinction T Rex view the Earth from Heaven and predict the 6th extinction event!
Taking a bow to Raptor-ous applause from the congregation

Against the backdrop of 7 Hills Blues festival starting, sellout shows in the MarketPlace Theatre, RyderCup and Patrick Kielty's

 Late Late show on TV among other distractions, we had another full house in Abbey Lane Theatre last Friday.

We were spoilt by the talent on stage throughout the evening from musicians and singers of the highest quality. Poets, writers and yarnspinners graced us with their insight, humour and wit. And an early surprise visit  from St Nicolas himself finished of the night with dreams of white a christmas.

Not only all that, but a wonderful raffle at half time of prizes the like has not been seen for a long time.

No! they wern't out of date or pre-used or recycled. We would like to thank all those who bought tickets on the night even if you didn't win. To the family who cleaned up on lucky can you get!

Contributors on the night Terry Christian, wonderful singer songwriter (Downpatrick): Matthew Toner, poet, Armagh: Theo Sinton singer/guitar Tandragee; Byddi Lee, writer/playwrite/author Armagh; Kate McLaughlin solo singer/ techo comedian Armagh: John McAndrew, yarnspinner/storyteller Moira; Note this brilliant young duet, Ruby and Caitlin Quinn guitar and vocals, Co Tyrone; and Dermot McConaghy poet, Lurgan; 

Our guest artist for the evening Conchur White sang songs from his excellent forthcoming debut Album ' Swirling Violets'

This young singer/songwriter regaled the audience with his exceptional voice and guitar playing to their collective delight. A pleasure to have Conchur visit us as our guest and we wish him well in his future musical career.

Hard act to follow but Malachi Kelly ,Armagh made the most of the dying applause for Conchur to start his poetry slot followed by Terry Christian, Matthew Toner, Theo Sinton on second runs the finally but not least Daniel Bacon as 'Santa' had us all singing ' I'm dreaming of a White Christmas' far too early! 


Thanks to all who helped with putting the evening together MC Rachel, Tim (door and bouncer) Raffle tickets (Byddi/Rachel/Malachi and the clean up crew to clear all away for ther Youth Group sessions next morning. 

Our next Open Mic last Friday October 27th, doors open 7.45pm £5 entry ,BYOB. All welcome.


A rousing set from the wonderful 'Woodbees' got us all singing along at this month's Open Mic after an international flavour from our contributors.  Poland, France and England were all represented along with nearer to home Crossgar, Dungannon and the darker reaches of Umgola. 

MC on the night Rachel Toner called for contributions from poet John Henderson with his memories of home town Liverpool. Matthew Toner's short poem  'Over thinking'. CoDown's Joseph Conlon's yarn 'Time for Kindness' and poem 'Teachers'. Up next was Mark Brownlee with an excerpt from his forthcomming novelette themed on mental health ( This piece, chatting up a French student you fancy when your French is far from fancy .

The eagerly awaited return of Dymphna Ferran, after her lay-up last month, was enthusiastically applauded and she didn't disappoint. Yarns about 'Murphy' , Nuns and asses and doubledecker buses kept us all in laughter.

Malachi Kelly acknowledged the 10th anniversay of Seamus Heaney's passing with the bard's ' The Conway Stewart' and his own poems 'He has matured' and 'Armagh and Don't forget me Da'.

We broke for the much anticipated raffle with some unbelievable prizes being  snapped up by the lucky punters. Then our first Polish contributor swept to the stage. Agata Banc who sang, for the first time in public, a traditional Polish song ' Hey Teksanski'  and another star emerges from Abbey Lane. 

Hard to follow Agata but our guest artists 'The Woodbees' entertain us with golden oldies and sing-a-long tunes for the next few slots Pauline McDonald, Elma McEneaney ( vocals and Ukeleles) and 'Rocky' (guitar).

Dymphna returned and her poem about her own mother passing with dementia was very moving. Malachi's piece on the Art of Conversation and then 'The Woodbee's were enticed back to finish the night with their newly found lead singer Agata who's powerful voice belied her previous shyness. 

All in all another great wee night in Abbey Lane. Thanks go to all the audience who came, contributors and guests 'The Woodbees', ticket collectors, and members who 'cleared the stage' for the next rehearsals of 'Impact' coming to MPT in November. Last but not least Rachel Toner for her exquisite Master of Ceremonies talents.

Remember Flash Fiction Armagh on in the Long Meadow Cider brewery 7th Sept as part of the Armagh Food and Cider Festival . Tickets 

Next Open Mic is on 29th September where we continue to give voice to talented poets, writers, musicians, and singers in the homely atmosphere of Abbey Lane Theatre.