Arts for Hallowe’en


A Fregoli Theatre Company present Dorset Street Toys at Theatre at the Savoy on Nov 1st and 2nd.





FREGOLI Theatre Company returns a third time to Savoy Hotel, with ‘Dorset Street Toy’s on Friday November 1, Saturday 2, 7pm show. This play is “a provocative, harsh but ultimately moving exploration of love, lost childhood and the Dublin streets”.



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A Wyrd Sisters

Wyrd Sisters

THE Terry Pratchett tale ‘Wyrd Sisters’ is a Hallowe’en treat from Muse Drama Productions in Shannon. Adapted for stage by Stephen  Briggs and taking place in the Oakwood Arms Hotel, we here “this parody of Macbeth is fun for all the family with demons and ghosts, ghastly forests and storms.. a seasonal tale of witchcraft and hilarity”.

Designed and directed by Martin McNelis, better known as a leading man in musical theatre, costumes are by Deirdre Willetts.



There’s a huge cast who have a fantastic time entertaining audiences until this Saturday 2, 8pm. €30 family ticket.


On the Nail

LIMERICK Writers Centre has an exciting monthly gathering on Tuesday November 5 at 8pm in The Locke Bar, George’s Quay.

This month’s guests are Simon Ó Faoláin and Maggie Breen; there is an excerpt from Café Talk performed by Claire Sadlier and Frances O’Brien followed by the open-mic.

“Everyone is invited to take part in the open-mic after the main event, poets, storytellers, musicians and writers. Even if you don’t write you are welcome to bring something along to read,” advises organiser Dominic Taylor. “The night begins at 8pm and admission is free so join us on the night and make this event something special”.