SIX ANGRY WOMEN
Armagh Theatre Group are delighted to bring you another original live Zoom production, on the 6th & 7th & 8th May (yes - less than 3 weeks away), and tickets are on sale NOW!
Written by Malachi Kelly, Six Angry Women is a departure from our earlier Zoom offerings and addresses the thorny issues of covid misinformation, race, religious differences and immigration in the context of battling the pandemic on this small island. With a nod to the famous, 12 Angry Men, the Six Angry Women of the title confront their own prejudices as they, the jury, try and decide the fate of a young illegal immigrant girl being prosecuted for breaking covid regulations. In so doing they inadvertently reveal their own shortcomings and perhaps realise that maybe it is not just the accused who is on trial.
Yet again Margery Quinn has taken on the considerable challenge of producer and has dedicated hours of her solitary time working with this talented cast, a mixture of “old Zoom hands” (Bridie Heaney, Wilma Campbell, Marie Claire Guy, Hilary Good) and “newbies” (Una Hendron , Claudia Clendinning & Gillian Faulkner) to produce a thought provoking and humorous piece of theatre. Find out by joining one of our live Zoom performances……
We are charging only £10 per “screen” (your whole family can watch).
If you wish to book a place for Thursday 6th May go to
If you wish to book a place for Friday 7th May go to
If you wish to book a place for Saturday 8th May go to
There are a few important things which you need to know.
We are presenting three live performances –Thursday 6th, Friday 7th and Saturday 8th May at 8pm, which can only be viewed on Zoom…so it is essential you have the zoom app on your computer/tablet (watching is best on a laptop or desktop computer. An ipad/tablet will work however a phone is not recommended.)
We will only have 80 “screen” places available each night and you need to register by clicking on the appropriate link above to secure your “screen” place. Importantly – please register and pay using a laptop or desktop computer. Using a tablet/ipad/mobile phone will work but you will either need to already have a PayPal account or else open one.
Finally, please spread the word (forward this email) to your friends and family.
Whilst the country has “partied” during this most unusual of summers, Armagh Theatre Group has been busy busy busy, writing and casting and rehearsing a sequel (of sorts!) to the massively successful Zoomeo & Juliet and today we are delighted to announce the launch of ticket sales for Social Bubble, Toil & Trouble, live on Zoom this November!
SOCIAL BUBBLE, TOIL & TROUBLE is yet another original “zoom play” written by Byddi Lee, Malachi Kelly & Tim Hanna. Expertly produced by Margery Quinn, it unveils the further antics of your favourite Am Dram Afficionados battling the infuriating constraints of living with coronavirus whilst endeavouring to bring “quality” drama to their long suffering supporters. Is Dan still hooked on the Bard? Has Jill found her pussy? Is Ray really in Donegal? Has Pat been whisked away by talent spotters? Could they all be “replaced” by some “new kids” on the block? Find out by joining one of our three live Zoom performances this November…………..
Same rules apply as last time (if you can remember) and astonishingly (yes, the treasurer was out voted when he suggested an increase!!) we are still charging only £7.99 per “screen” (that means your whole family can watch – it’s for nothing!!). So………………
If you wish to book a place for Thursday 19th November go to
If you wish to book a place for Friday 20th November go to
If you wish to book a place for Saturday 21st November go to
There are a few important things which you need to know.
We are presenting three live performances –Thursday 19th, Friday 20th and Saturday 21st November at 8pm, which can only be viewed on Zoom…so it is essential you have the zoom app on your computer/tablet (watching is best on a laptop or desktop computer. An ipad/tablet will work however a phone is not recommended.)
We will only have 80 “screen” places available each night so you need to register by clicking on the appropriate link above to secure your “screen” place. Importantly – please register and pay using a laptop or desktop computer. Using a tablet/ipad/mobile phone will work but you will either need to already have a PayPal account or else open one. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Zoom Play.
Finally, for those of you who missed Zoomeo & Juliet during July (can’t believe there are many), we have posted one of the live performances on YouTube which you can watch ABSOLUTELY FREE!! (the treasurer has fainted…) Here’s the link………https://youtu.be/2NyILeBCc60
And…..finally, finally………….please forward this email to anyone on your own contact’s list – remember you can watch Social Bubble, Toil & Trouble, on Zoom, absolutely anywhere in the world!
This is the link you have all been waiting for. Our very successful summer Zoom production of Zoomeo & Juliet recorded live is now available FREE on the Youtube link above.
Whether you caught it in early July or a first timer you are guaranteed a belly of laughs as the cast and director (Margery Quinn) from Armagh Theatre Group master the world of Zoom to bring you the first, live, original on- line production during this pandemic.
You luckly people will benefit from the Free to view production- the belly laughs - and at the end of the show a behind the scenes look at rehearsal bloopers as we all struggle with the new concept.
This is a fund raising effort towards our Building extension plans for Abbey Lane Theatre which will ensure more years of entertainment through Drama, music,stories and poetry for all the Armagh community.
Please support us by donating to ATG Extension Project Donation Page
Make an evening of the viewing and send what you can to the above link.
Thank you , enjoy the show and let us know what you think of it. (There could be more)