Nov 2022 - Impact
by Byddi Lee, Malachi Kelly & Tim Hanna. Produced by Margery Quinn. Studio Market Place Theatre Armagh.
Jan – Nov 2022 – My Brilliant Divorce
by Geraldine Aron. Produced by Kevin McEneaney. Studio Market Place Theatre Armagh, Abbey Lane Theatre Armagh, South Bank Studios Belfast, Craic Theatre Coalisland, Garage Theatre Monaghan.
May 2021 – 6 Angry Women
by Malachi Kelly. Produced by Margery Quinn. Live Internet Production.
Nov 2020 – Social Bubble Toil & Trouble
by Byddi Lee, Malachi Kelly & Tim Hanna. Produced by Margery Quinn. Live Internet Production.
June 2020 – Zoomeo & Juliet by Byddi Lee, Malachi Kelly & Tim Hanna. Produced by Margery Quinn. Live Internet Production.
June 2019 – Impact
by Byddi Lee, Malachi Kelly & Tim Hanna. Produced by Margery Quinn. Abbey Lane Theatre, Armagh
Apr 2019 – Shining City
by Conor McPherson. Produced by Margaret Marjoram. Abbey Lane Theatre, Armagh.
Nov 2018 – May 2019 – What’s My Scam
by Malachi Kelly & Tim Hanna for Policing & Community Safety Partnership. Armagh City Hotel, Belmont Hotel Banbridge & Craigavon Civic Centre.
Nov 2018 – Someone To Talk To
by Michael Judge & The Happy Journey by Thornton Wilder. Produced by Felim Rafferty. Abbey Lane Theatre, Armagh.
Apr 2018 – Good Things
by Liz Lochhead. Produced by Hilary Good. Abbey Lane Theatre Armagh.
Nov 2017 – Gas Light
by Patrick Hamilton. Produced by Felim Rafferty. Studio Theatre, Market Place, Armagh
May 2017 – Slices of Life.
Produced by Kevin McEneaney. Abbey Lane Theatre Armagh
Nov 2016 – Our Town
by Thornton Wilder. Produced by Margery Quinn. Market Place Theatre Armagh
Apr 2016 – Ladies Day
by Amanda Whittington. Produced by Hilary Good. Abbey Lane Theatre Armagh
Market Place Theatre Armagh 23-25 Jan 2014 'LOOT' by Joe Orton
Described as a "tour de force of bad taste” and widely considered both “amoral and bizarre”, this masterpiece of black farce follows the fortunes of two young lads, Dennis and Hal, who hijack Hal's mother's coffin to stash the loot from a recent heist.
Today's nugget of Wisdom;
'An actor is never to tired to tell you how hard they have 'worked'.
Unrelated to today's nugget....this scene is from a performance in Abbey Lane. Can you name it or the Barristers?
Cast of 'The Happy Journey' by Thornton Wilder; Emily-Jane Conway as 'Caroline' and debutant Liam Loughran as 'Arthur' and Lily-Rose Conway as 'Beulah. Parents Bridie Heaney as 'Ma Kate' and Malachi Kelly as 'Da Elmer' and Tim Hanna as 'Stage Manager.' Producer Felim Rafferty, Lights/sounds John Perry
Many thanks to Felim Rafferty Jnr for putting together these clips of rehearsals and performances of 'The Happy Journey'...Enjoy.
The musical 'Millie Elliot' performed by Spotlight Dance Studio got its premier showing in the Marketplace Theatre last Friday night and was enthusiastically received by the big audience by giving a standing ovation to the young dance/drama school.
This production spotlighted the many trials and pressures that our young people face in modern life. It was hard hitting at times with the depiction of overdosing on drugs, pier pressure, family relationships and unemployment all touched on through the eyes of young Millie as she danced her way through these problems. An outlet that saved her and her friends from going down the wrong path.
Wonderfully choreographed by their tutor Joanne Mullen and within a hectic rehearsal period of 3 weeks these young actors, dancers and singers put on a first class show. All those 'Millie and Micky Elliot's' who performed with such vitality ...take another bow. Armagh Theatre Group are proud to have been associated with them.
Armagh Theatre Group’s Spring production is a modern comedy, Good Things by Liz Lochhead, one of Scotland’s foremost playwrights, and is brought to its own Abbey Lane Theatre in Armagh, over 2 weekends, Friday 6th and Saturday 7th & Friday 13th and Saturday 14th April 2018 at 8pm.
You never see a fairy tale heroine older than her teens, but in Good Things, playwright Liz Lochhead has fashioned a Cinderella for fortysomethings. The woman destined for the swanky red shoes is 48-year-old Susan Love (Marie Claire Guy), dumped by her husband for a girl half her age and left doing voluntary work in a charity shop, hoping speed-dating will sort her out. A midlife crisis, accentuated by the twin horrors of Christmas and Valentine’s Day, our heroine rides an emotional roller coaster supported by her work colleagues, Frazer (Adam Trotter) and Marjorie (Claire Brady) and unsettled by the enigmatic David (Andrew Rennie). A host of characters pass through the shop played by a fine mix of experienced and new to the Armagh stage – Aisling Kelly, Charlie Guy, Aideen Conway, Conor Egan, Wilma Campbell, Thomas Healy, Madeleine Kelly and Tim Hanna.
Produced and Directed by Hilary Good and Sandra Armstrong this bittersweet romantic comedy twists and turns with minor interruptions, major tragedies and farcical interludes but…. Will our Cinderella go to the Ball?
This is a touching, warm-hearted and very funny expression of the lives of a lost generation. Don’t miss this great night’s entertainment in Armagh’s little gem of a theatre.
Tickets are £12 (including glass of wine) and are only available from Music World, Abbey Lane, Armagh. Shop Hours. Mon-Sat. (closed Easter 30 March-2 April) Tel 028 3752 7882