A PLAY set in Graignamanagh is being staged in the town next week.
BitterSweet Graffiti is a new comedy written by Adrian Kavanagh, who previously wrote One For The Road, a romantic comedy about college life.
BitterSweet Graffiti is set by the boathouse in Graignamanagh over the month of August and while life can get pretty mundane by the boathouse this August things are going to be different as some Spanish girls have arrived and are about to liven up the town.
Starring Ben Clifford, Donna Doyle, Adrian Kavanagh, Aine Maher, Matthew Murphy, Aine Ryan, Megan Stacey and Nicola Whitty, the play is written and directed by Adrian Kavanagh and produced by Julie Ralph and Una Dalton.
BitterSweet Graffiti is being staged by Spark Productions from April 5-8 in Abbey Hall, Graignamanagh. Tickets are €5 on opening night and €10 on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with concessions of €7 tickets for OAPs, students and social welfare cards. Tickets can be booked on 087 9439979.
(Note: Explicit language is used throughout the play.)
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