Clonmel Theatre Guild causes Trouble in Paradise

Clonmel Theatre Guild’s ever-popular dinner theatre returns to Raheen House Hotel in two weeks time from Wednesday, 12th – Saturday, 15th June. This hilarious night of comedy consisting of three one-act plays collectively entitled Trouble in Paradise will showcase a large cast and will mark the directorial debut of two of the Guild’s directors - Carol Acheson, who is directing the first one-act Last Respects and Maggie Morrissey, who directs A Spy with a View. The third play in the triloby is Man on the Floor, which is directed by Patricia Harte.

Clonmel Theatre Guild’s ever-popular dinner theatre returns to Raheen House Hotel in two weeks time from Wednesday, 12th – Saturday, 15th June. This hilarious night of comedy consisting of three one-act plays collectively entitled Trouble in Paradise will showcase a large cast and will mark the directorial debut of two of the Guild’s directors - Carol Acheson, who is directing the first one-act Last Respects and Maggie Morrissey, who directs A Spy with a View. The third play in the triloby is Man on the Floor, which is directed by Patricia Harte.

The dinner theatre promises a night full of laughter and good food and also supports Acquired Brian Injury. Tickets for the play, which includes dinner are priced at just €30 and are available from Marian’s, O’Connell Street, Clonmel, tel. (052) 6123813.

The Nationalist, in conjunction with Clonmel Theatre Guild, is running a competition to win tickets for this hilarious production. See details on this week’s Entertainment page.