For a textbook English farce, begin with a cast of characters that includes a parish vicar, a ditsy maid, a nosy spinster, a former actress, a cheeky soldier, a visiting bishop, a short-tempered sergeant, a German prisoner of war on the run and a sedate parson aghast at all the goings-on.
Add in some very unlikely situations, misunderstandings, mistaken identities, a bottle of sherry and some witty dialogue — and you have the no-holds-barred hilarity of the comedy play “See How They Run.” It’s a play guaranteed to laugh away the Winter (and Spring!) blues!
By the kind permission of Samuel French Limited, Cashel Choral and Dramatic Society presents an amateur production of “See How They Run,” by Philip King, at Brú Ború, Cashel from Thursday, April 18, to Sunday, April 21.
The show starts at 8.15pm each night and tickets cost €12.50. On Thursday night there will be special concessions for students and senior citizens with tickets at the reduced price of €5.
Tickets are available now from O’Dwyer’s Pharmacy, in Cashel, ring 062 61318, they are also available from Brú Ború, contact 062 61122.
The play “See How They Run” is set in 1943 in the very proper living room of the vicarage at the fictitious English village of Merton-cum-Middlewick.
What begins as a normal afternoon in the home of the Rev. Lionel Toop erupts into chaos as all hell breaks loose.
If you’re in the mood for a fast-paced, door-slamming, face-slapping, vicars-in-their-knickers good time, then this is the comedy show for you!
For more information on this production by the Cashel Choral and Dramatic Society, contact Carrie Kavanagh on (087) 6961409, you can email email@example.com or follow us on Facebook – look for Cashel Choral & Dramatic Society.
Come along and have a laugh - you’re guaranteed to have a side-splitting night out!
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