An Abbey Theatre on Tour presentation
West Cork Fit-up Festival, 2014
July 29th – August 3rd
Written & Performed by: Eamon Morrissey, featuring extracts from the writing of Maeve Brennan.
Directed by: Gerard Stembridge
Running Time: 80mins – no interval
It was as if the magazine in my hands had become a mirror.
After a sell-out run at the Abbey Theatre, Eamon Morrissey’s delightful one man show returns. This beautiful story of brief encounters and shared experiences features extracts from Maeve Brennan’s writing and is a moving portrait of two artists in conversation across generations.
Writer and Performer Eamon Morrissey is one of ireland’s best loved actors, he has been involved in over one hundred productions at the Abbey Theatre. Three of his solo shows, The Brother, Patrick Gulliver and Joycemen premiered on the Peacock stage at the Abbey Theatre. He has also worked extensively with the Gate and Druid Theatre companies. in 1966 during the Broadway run of Philadelphia, Here I Come! he met Maeve Brennan.
Among his numerous TV and film appearances are Hall’s Pictorial Weekly, Eat the Peach, Rough Diamond and Father Ted. At present he plays Cass in RTÉ’s Fair City.
New York Times
“something that comes close to pure magic”
Dates & Venues:
TUESDAY 29th JULY, 2014 – 8:00pm
Island Cottage Gallery, Heir Island
The M.V Thresher is running a concession ferry. Leaving Cunnamore pier @ 8.00pm €3 adults, €1.50 students/oap
WEDNESDAY 30th JULY, 2014 – 8:00pm
Community Hall, Kilcrohane
THURSDAY 31st JULY, 2014 – 8:00pm
Community Hall, Ballydehob
FRIDAY 1st AUGUST, 2014 – 8:00pm
Community Centre, Lisavaird
SATURDAY 2nd AUGUST, 2014 – 8:00pm
Community Centre, Union Hall
SUNDAY 3rd AUGUST, 2014 – 8:00pm
Community Centre, Goleen