19 - 21 May

Leitrim Youth Theatre Company - Treasure Island

Adapted by Phil Willmott

Directed by Catherine Sheridan.

This swashbuckling stage adaptation brings out all the comedy and adventure of this ever-popular story. The effect of Treasure Island on our perception of pirates cannot be overestimated. Stevenson linked pirates forever with maps, black schooners, tropical islands, and one-legged seamen with parrots on their shoulders. The treasure map with an X marking the location of the buried treasure is one of the most familiar pirate props, yet it is entirely a fictional invention which owes its origin to Stevenson’s original map. 

Venue: The Dock, Carrick on Shannon
Thursday 19th May: performances at 10am & 1pm
Friday May 20th: performances at 10am and 7pm
Saturday May 21st: 7pm

Tickets: €12 & €10. Tickets for matinee performances €6

Following on from an extremely successful Summer Intensive and prior to that a sell out show based on bullying Leitrim Youth Theatre Company is back with another fantastic production suitable for all the family!

Leitrim Youth Theatre Company is a professional youth theatre organisation dedicated to providing opportunities for young people who wish to become involved in acting and theatre. Members are provided with a programme of the highest quality, which as well as being of immense benefit in terms of personal development, is also a basis for any young person to pursue a career in theatre, film or any of the performing arts.

Leitrim Youth Theatre Company is kindly supported by Leitrim County Council, The Arts Council of Ireland/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and is a member of the National Association of Youth Drama

Find out more about LYTC

Dates:
19 - 21 May
Venue:
The Dock, Carrick On Shannon
Bookings
The Dock Box Office:071 9650828
13 - 15 May

County Limerick Youth Theatre - The Rescue

The County Limerick Youth Theatre are proud to present a site specific three act play based on the true story of the daring rescue of Sean Hogan from Knocklong Station in 1919.

This interactive, participative, promenade performance re-creates the village of Knocklong circa 1919 with farmhouses, animals, grocers, pub, dance, school, sports and soundscapes which invite the audience to experience life as it was in rural Ireland after the Rising.

Times:
Friday 13th at 7.30pm
Saturday 14th at 6.00pm
Sunday 15th at 4.30pm

Venue: At The Old Creamery, Knocklong

Tickets: €10 adult 

€5 concessions (students, unwaged, OAP's, children)

Dates:
13 - 15 May
Venue:
The Old Creamery, Knocklong
Bookings
086 824 6915
21 May

Laois Youth Theatre - Annual Production

Laois Youth Theatre present their annual show on May 21st in Dunamaise Arts Centre, Portlaoise.  The younger crew are busy readying Don’t Shoot the Messenger by John Morton.  They are having way too much fun, given that they are the only children left in the land and can’t agree on a single thing!  They have the poor Messenger run ragged, and her only trying to do her job!

The older crew have been busy writing their show.  Michelle Read took them through their paces in a series of workshops earlier in the year and as a result LYT will present monologues, scenes, letters and a lot of other stuff in between.  Space pirates, penny farthing enthusiasts, magical magic dogs and a superhero who can’t manage to “die already” are just some of the more extravagant creations that inhabit this strange new world.

More details soon!

Dates:
21 May

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