Lunchtime Comedy at the Glens Centre

As Part of the Manorhamilton Community Festival local theatre companies Exit Productions and Crooked Wheel present ‘Too Much of Nothing’ and ‘One Too Many Mornings’ on Wednesday and Thursday, July 4&5 at 1pm in The Glens Centre.

As Part of the Manorhamilton Community Festival local theatre companies Exit Productions and Crooked Wheel present ‘Too Much of Nothing’ and ‘One Too Many Mornings’ on Wednesday and Thursday, July 4&5 at 1pm in The Glens Centre.

The duet of comedies by Mark O Halloran (Adam and Paul, Garage) and David Wilmot will also be and evening double bill tonight, Wednesday, July 4.

Too Much of Nothing focuses on the relationship between Christy (Patrick Curley) a struggling Poet who is using recent personal trauma to release him from his writers block and the over ambitious and under achieving Dominic (Patrick McEneaney) both unemployed in the in an Irish economy at the peak of it powers. Christy deals with family problems. As Dominic has to deal with rejection.

One Too Many Mornings showcases Christy one year on, he has forsaken Poetry and is now a Journalist and Critic. He has found love and moved into an apartment with his girlfriend. Dominic is still unemployed, unlucky in love and alone. He sets out to save the English language. Both Plays are Directed By Caoimhe Gleeson. Tickets are €10/12 euro (Lunchtime includes soup and roll).