Wednesday, 14 March 2012

Caoimhe,Charlie and 'the girl in the yellow aran jumper'.

Here it is!Poster number two for 'BitterSweet Graffiti'.
We will be unleashing the final poster for the show soon,but let's talk about that just yet!
It's time for us to introduce to you some more of the characters!

From Left to Right!

Caoimhe, Just back interailing for the summer,she has her heart set on having a few pints by the fire in O'Sheas. And while she swears she didn't get with any baguettes on her travels, someone definitely has an eye on her, and she has her eye on someone too.'Caoimhe' is played by Nicola Whitty who last appeared for us in 'One For The Road' as 'Drunk girl number two'.She misses that character..a lot.

Charlie, The oldest of the gang,spends his days working in the second hand bookshop, dreaming about 'The Girl In The Yellow Aran Jumper' whom he met once and has been besotted ever since.'Charlie' is played by Adrian Kavanagh who last appeared for us as 'Daniel' in 'One For The Road'.He is also writer and directer and funnily enough he looks quite similar to that 'Adrian Dawson' fella who wrote and directed 'One For The Road'.He fucked off with a bag of cash and hasn't been seen since.

'The Girl In The Yellow Aran Jumper', The object of Charlie's affection.She's a cool and colorful girl and is about to arrive in Graiguenamangh to help out with the ceili,and see these Spanish girls in action.'G.I.Y.A.J' is played by Aine Maher who makes her 'Spark' debut with us.She's loves being the 'G.I.Y.A.J'.

Opening night tickets are going fast,so if you want the cheap tickets then book them fast!There's only three weeks left at the most until opening night.And with time moving fast,it's going to be a hectic few weeks in the 'Spark Productions' office....There will be diet coke by the barrowful.

'BitterSweet Graffiti' runs in the Abbey Hall Graiguenamanagh Co.Kilkenny from April 5th to April 8th.

Doors are half seven,and the show is 8:00.

Tickets have now gone on sale and can be booked by phoning 087-9439979.

Opening night tickets are 5 euro. Friday to Sunday tickets are 10 euro but 7 euro tickets can be availed of if you are an O.A.P, student or have a social welfare card.

'BitterSweet Graffiti' is written and directed by Adrian Kavanagh.
Produced by Julie Ralph and Una Dalton.

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