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St. Johns theatre

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JULY 2018





1st to 14th

THE WILD ATLANTIC WAY

A juried exhibition by Irish and International visual artists inspired by the Wild Atlantic Way, one of the loveliest natural areas of Ireland.  In association with Listowel Visual Arts Week.





Thurs 5th

IRISH BLUE

An evening of folk and traditional song, with Carolyn Walsh, Irish singer and actress currently based in Germany.





Fri 6th

STORYTELLER, LORD SPARE US DA HEALTH

Humorfit Productions and Michael O’Sullivan present an intimate drama between father and son sprinkled with humour and fun.  “No T.V. or gadgets in them days, the missing fletch of bacon, the pet lamb that ended up on the kitchen table…”





Wed 11th

THE BEST OF TRADITIONAL

With Josephine Marsh – accordion, Seamus Cahill – guitar and Mick Kinsella – harmonica.





Thurs 12th

MAGIC IN MY EYES

A performance based on the courtship and subsequent marriage of Thomas Hardy and Emma Gifford.  With Michael James Ford, Clodagh Mooney Duggan, Elliot Moriarty and The Delmaine String Quartet.





Wed 18th

THE MCLAIN FAMILY BAND

The best of Appalachian Bluegrass from Kentucky, U.S.A.  the five piece group features guitar, bass, banjo, fiddle and mandolin.





Fri 20th

SHERLOCK HOLMES

Holmes, presumed dead, returns to London after 3 years and with the assistance of Dr. Watson, attempts to solve an unexplained murder, unaware that Professor Moriarty is implicated in the crime.  Presented by Performance Exchange Theatre, London.





Sat 21st

BIG MAGGIE

John B. Keane’s classic is presented by Corofin Drama Group, Clare to mark the 90th anniversary of the great writer’s birth..





Wed 25th

SIDEWAYS ON PLANET PIANO

A moving and amusing musical tale written and performed by Ruti Lachs.  With special guest Fintan Lucy – singer, songwriter.





Thurs 26th

A NIGHT IN NOVEMBER

A play written by Marie Jones. 
Join Kenneth on his hilarious journey as he leaves Belfast, crosses the border for the first time in his life and boards a flight into the unknown. Arriving in New York for the Republic of Ireland's World Cup qualifying match he finds acceptance, friendship (and a great deal of alcohol). Suddenly he realises what it truly means to be Irish.  With Mike Kelly.