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This month's special guest for Open Mic is Ukrainian folk singer Anastasiia Bershadska from The Ukrainian Community of N.I. with a traditional folk song 'I'm Free'
She will perform the song while showing a film of the natural beauty of her homeland.
Also we have our talented contributors of song, poetry, stories and music. We have our poetry competition 30-3-30 and the eagerly anticipated Abbey Lane Raffle with unbelievable prizes! Don't miss this great night all for £5 BYO Performance slots 5mins available on the night. Doors open 7.45pm All welcome.
If you wish to attend our launch of ATG's play IMPACT please RSVP before 4th June to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
There will be books on sale at the event and the writers in attendence. Limited numbers so hurry!
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Laundry and Bourbon  by James McLure
"The action centres on the discontent and very funny gossip of three small town wives whose marriages have turned out to be less than what was hoped for. On a hot summer afternoon, Elizabeth and her friend Hattie sit out on the porch folding laundry, sipping bourbon and coke and gossiping. They are joined by the self-righteous Amy Lee who cannot resist blurting out that Elizabeth’s husband Roy has been seen around town with another woman. Whilst the ensuing conversation is increasingly edged with bitter humour, there emerges nevertheless a sense of Elizabeth’s inner strength and her quiet understanding of the turmoil which has beset her husband since his return from Vietnam."

Waiting for ​You By ​Mark O Leary
Waiting to see the doctor or wishful thinking, someone waiting for that certain other someone, unbeknownst to either. Laughter is a remedy for many ills and we are treated to an abundance of laughs as an eccentric and motley group pass through the surgery recounting a litany of woes, real and imagined

We are delighted to confirm this months' special guests as Seonaid Murray and David Jackson.   

Both Seonaid and David are accomplished musicians based in Belfast. Seonaid has visited Abbey Lane on numerous occasions facilitating workshops, more recently last year with Creative Lives poetry project along with Colin Hassard.

David, a new face to Abbey Lane Open Mic, will accompany on guitar while Seonaid plays sax. 

Come and enjoy the music, poetry, stories and songs at Abbey Lane Theatre Armagh on MAY 31st . Doors open 7.30pm ;£5 at door BYOB ;Slots of 5 mins available on the night for participants. Poetry competition and prize Raffle.  All welcome.


Seonaid Murray is a Saxophonist and Community Musician. She studied English Literature and Music at Bath Spa University and Community Music at the Irish World Academy of Music and Dance at the University of Limerick. She plays with several bands including; Colin Reid's TS4 Quartet, Colin Hassard's Dirty Words and The Vintage Revue. Seonaid is currently the Creative Places, Edenderry Coordinator working for Creative Lives and facilitates a range of freelance Community Music workshops locally.

David Jackson joins Seonaid on guitar - David is a DJ and Guitarist. Seonaid and David worked together on the Moon Base project at The Black Box in Belfast and through the Moon Music group, for and by people who identify as disabled recorded 3 original albums of music collectively!


Due to overwhelming demand a final performance of Toxic Relationships has been set for Thurs May2nd in 

Abbey Lane Theatre. Tickets are already selling so dont miss this chance to see Byddi Lee's new play prior to

the Group travelling to the Science & Tech Festival in Dingle Co Kerry. 

Click on the link above and give yourselves a treat.