Drama at the Glen Theatre Banteer
Written by Sam Cree and directed by Tadhg O Keeffe
This farcical comedy is set in the 70’s and the action takes place in a seaside caravan with five ladies embarking on a “strictly women only” holiday. A case of mistaken caravan identity sends the Widows’ Paradise into disarray with the subsequent arrival of no nonsense Alpha-male Harry his dim-witted sidekick Ernie and Harry’s handsome young son Alan.
Add a couple of surprise visitors in the form of Willie and Farmer John and you have what can only be described as hysterical chaos.
What was supposed to be a scene of peace and tranquillity turns into a riotous clash of the sexes, each of the ten characters with his/her own story to tell!.
This hilarious comedy will sure to have you splitting your sides! Come along and join us if your up for a good laugh!
Easter Monday 28th March at 8.30pm. Booking 029 – 56239
Also, at the Glen Theatre: Patrick O Sullivan and Guests on Friday 1st April, and Red Hurley on Sunday 3rd April