It's one week to showtime. This time next week we'll be getting ourselves ready for the first night(Wednesday 14th) of it's four night run for Brownbread.
Brownbread originally ran in the SFX centre in Dublin, Roddy Doyle is quoted as saying that the SFX centre was not what you would call a 'good theatre'. It was used for Bingo, Disco's and heavy metal concerts.
We can see a lot of resemblance between the Abbey Hall and the SFX centre.
There's many a man around Graig who will never forget the famous 2fm disco's that Ray Darcy used to play for...or the time Boyzone came and played a gig.
Roddy Doyle said that the Passion Machine Theatre Company made the SFX Centre a theatre & we hope to do the same for the Abbey Hall.
Anyone who came to Bittersweet Graffiti in April may remember how the hall looked,what we can tell you now is that it is very different.
All in all it's seven days to kick off,we are excited and we can't wait to see you all there.
It's time for us to get to work,the next seven days will be hectic.
We either put the work in now..or we are Brownbread.
Brownbread By Roddy Doyle runs in The Abbey Hall Graiguenamanagh December 12th to 15th.
Door 7:30 Show 8:00.
Tickets 7 Euro. Ticket Bookings on 087-9439979
Tickets also available to buy in Nuala Barrons.
Note: Strong Language Used Throughout.
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