Autumn Season at Roscommon Arts Centre

From great nights of theatre with Nomad, Pat Mc Cabe, Seamus O’Rourke and Love/Hate’s Stuart Carolan, a season of children’s events at Lollipops, comedy with Conal Gallen and Brendan Grace, superb Ballet performances, Christmas shows for all the family and great music – this season boasts something for just about everyone!

From great nights of theatre with Nomad, Pat Mc Cabe, Seamus O’Rourke and Love/Hate’s Stuart Carolan, a season of children’s events at Lollipops, comedy with Conal Gallen and Brendan Grace, superb Ballet performances, Christmas shows for all the family and great music – this season boasts something for just about everyone!

The programme gets underway on September 6 when Galway’s newest theatre company Cairde Mol present the Irish theatre premiere of “Frost Nixon” the play about the battle between Richard Nixon, the disgraced president and David Frost, a jet-setting TV personality.

September also brings Pat Mc Cabe’s stage version of “The Butcher Boy” back to the stage when a new production of “Frank Pig Says Hello” embarks on a national tour, which includes one night at Roscommon Arts Centre on September 27.

Roscommon musician Alan Kelly makes a welcome return to the stage at the end of the month (Sept 30) he will be joined by The Alan Kelly Gang, together with Eddie Reader and John Douglas.

The Songs and Story of Dolly Parton on September 23 and Culture Night on September 19 should not be missed.

Tickets are now on sale at the box office on 0906 625824 or visit www.roscommonartscentre.ie