Glorach takes a comic trip to the Canaries

Published 14/11/2012 | 11:29

The cast of the Glorach Players' production of 'Canaries'. Back, from left: Ger Kirby, Lorcan MacCurtáin, Noel O'Connor, Nick Cotter, Paul Mulcahy and Michael Ward. Front: Marina Collins, Irene Harnett, Amy Sheehan, Annette O'Donnell, Carmel Curtin and...

AFTER the unprecedented success of their hilarious production of 'Anyone Could Rob A Bank' last spring, the Glórach Players are hoping to continue in a similar vein with Bernard Farrell's comedy, Canaries, coming to the theatre next week.

The play follows the adventures, or misadventures, of a group of Irish holiday-makers in the sunny surrounds of the Canaries, where they are joined by a sexually adventurous German couple, a sleazy Spanish waiter along with his long-suffering grandmother, and Samantha the tour guide. This odd mix of characters have a holiday they will never forget, and mostly for all the wrong reasons as one hilarious escapade follows another throughout the play.

Directed by Angeline O'Donnell, Canaries opens at the Glórach Theatre, Abbeyfeale, on Tuesday, November 20, with further performances on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, November 22 to 25.

The show starts at 8pm, and tickets can be booked at (087) 1383940.

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