Friday, November 18, 2011

One act plays by La Touche Players

La Touche Players, based at the Teachers' Club, are being busy for the benefit of the drama-loving people in the city (and why not from further away, as well). They will be staging two one-act plays, nightly at 8 pm from Tuesday 22nd to Saturday 26th of November.

Here is what they have to say about them:

Smitten' by Anna Stillaman and Mark Matthews

In Smitten we find ourselves privy to a disturbing world lurking beneath the mask of normality in suburbia. The play starts somewhat innocently with two people who meet one stormy night. However, all is not what it seems, as each of them is hiding a deep secret... all will be revealed!

Directed by Karen Maher

‘Can't Stand Up for Falling Down' by Richard Cameron

Three women, Lynette, Ruby and Jodie, all from the same village, tell us about their lives now and in the past and how one man has had a profound effect on each of them. Their interweaving stories build to a climax which unites them against his brutish behaviour.

Directed by Emily Maher

Tickets €15 (concessions €12) are available at the door, or by emailing in advance latouche.bookings at

The venue is the Teachers' Club, Parnell Square.


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