2011 - Red Roses and Petrol by Joseph O'Connor


In her home in Dublin, Moya is preparing for the funeral of her husband, Enda. Form England and America  her children are returning for the sombre occasion. But as the ghosts of the Doyle's past begin to materialise, the consequences are both profoundly disturbing and memorably comic...


2010 - Close to Home by Pat Clarke


The opening scene is in a rural pub, with the audience taken for a spin to Cavan General Hospital and the play progressing from there. Set in Caban in 2007, the play deals with issues such as drunk driving, rural isolation, health service pressures, neighboutr disputes and family feuds, but sets out to give them the funny treatment.



2009 - Raglan Road by Tom O'Brien


Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh was born in Inishkeen on the 21st Ocotober 1904. On Raglan Road explores Kavanagh's obsession with his muse and inspiration, Hilda Moriarity. The play also details Kavanagh's rivalry with another writer at the time, Brendan Behan. A play full of pathos, mixed with poetry and song.