Spike Players Make Separate Beds in Knocknagoshel

Spike Players Drama Group members on stage in Knocknagoshel during a break in rehearsals on Thursday night. Included are: Christy Barrett, Mairéad Brosnan, Barbara Browne, Angela Hickey, Noel Murphy, Bertie Hickey, Marian Leahy, Gerard Joy, Noreen O’Callaghan, Noreen O’Callaghan, Fred Browne, Chris Barrett, Josephine Roche and Jane Anne Sheehy on the set of the Sam Cree Play, Separate Beds which will be staged at Knocknagoshel Community Centre from Saturday night, February 15th from 8pm. ©Photograph: John Reidy

Spike Players Drama Group members are back on the boards this spring after taking a year away from their stage and base at Knocknagoshel Community Centre.

A Sam Cree comedy Separate Beds, directed by Pádraig Dennehy, is currently in rehearsals by the big cast and they’re planning to stage it, under their new stage lights, on Saturday and Sunday, February 15th. And 16th. and on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February 21st. 22nd and 23rd at 8pm nightly.

Booking is Advised

Curtain up nightly at 8pm and admission is €10 and booking is advisable.

The cast and crew includes: Pádraig Dennehy, director; Noel Murphy, manager; Gerard Joy, sound and lighting; Chris and Christy Barrett, Angela and Bertie Hickey, Marian Leahy, Josephine Roche, Fred Browne, Mairéad Brosnan, Noreen O’Callaghan, Jane Ann Sheehy and Barbara Browne.

Wedding Preparations

The play is set in the lounge of the Marshall household during the preparation for the wedding of Judy, the Marshall’s only daughter.

But, Judy’s mother and Arthur Marshall’s estranged wife arrives back unexpectedly after an absence of three years.

Will the Wedding Go Ahead?

Throw in a forgetful Reverend, a drunken housekeeper, a lusty next-door neighbour and an old fashioned mother-in-law unaware of the Marshall marriage break-up and hilarious chaos is guaranteed.

Will the wedding even take place?

The Spike Players will reveal all from Saturday 15th at 8pm. Information from: 087 1801118

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