Drumkeerin Drama Group presents Bernards Farrell’s renowned comedy play “Say Cheese” in Drumkeerin Community Centre this coming weekend Friday 19th, Saturday 20th & Sunday April 21st.
“Say Cheese” is not only a comedy, it has an intriguing storyline which will keep audiences laughing and guessing as to the outcome right up to the end.
Bridie & Valentine Fagen have won the much coveted prize of “Ireland’s Happiest Couple,” sponsored by Celtic Cheese. However, when the sponsors decide to re-enact the wedding of exactly thirty years earlier (for advertising purposes, of course), little did they expect that in the re-enactment, the wedding party of that day thirty years earlier would bring with them so many dark secrets which as they unfold, present the audience with drama, suspense and great comedy.
The play is directed by Pat Duignan, stage manager is Peggy Horan, Lighting & Sound by John Flynn, Thomas McHugh on set and Maresa McGovern as backroom co-ordinator. The cast of twelve consists of Donna Keaney, Paula Connaire, Margaret O’Rourke & Ethel McVeigh and eight men, SeamusGallagher, Joe McNiffe, Joe Walpole, David Moran, Tommy Drugan, Packie McPartlan, Thomas McHugh and Andrew Redican.
Doors open nightly at 8pm with curtain nightly at 8.45pm sharp.