If you are looking for a novel way to spend Valentine’s night then pop down to the Hole in the Wall where the Barn Owl’s Players will present their latest production - What’s Love Got To Do With It?
Songs, poetry, drama and limericks will be performed in the stunning setting of the upstairs space of the old tavern with the common theme of love and indeed anti-love running throughout the evening.
“Whether you are in love, in hate, a hopeless romantic or sickened by the sight of hearts, What’s Love got to do with it? has something for everyone. The Hole In The Wall is a great venue for us to present an informal, relaxed night of entertainment. We have had a great response to these type of shows in the past and we hope that the audience will join in with us and bring along some limericks about love,” said BOP chairperson, Cara O’Doherty.
Literary stalwarts including Oscar Wilde, Emily Bronte, Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath and Paul Durcan are all included in the programme.
The famous love story of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivere will also be recounted from a biographical play about the loves and life of Mexican artist, Frida Kahlo and her marriages to artist Diego Rivera.
Original works from members of the amateur theatre group, the Barn Owl Players will also be performed their on the night.
For the past number of years the Barn Owl Players have entertained audiences at the Hole in the Wall on Valentine’s night as they explore the concept of long through a variety of artistic mediums.
So if you want a fun night of entertainment come along to this wonderful venue. The event starts at 8pm sharp and admission is €5.