Theatre in Cork: 1984

1984 witnessed the founding of the Graffiti Theatre Company in Cork, as a youth theatre company.  Some of the highlights of 1984 included Mr Gilbert and Mr Sullivan as well as Comeback Paddy Reilly which was based on the life of Percy French, and its opening was held in Liss Ard house in Skibbereen in West Cork.  Another highlight of  1984 was a GAA centenary concert held in Cork Opera House on 7 October.  The highlight of the post-Christmas season was Annie, which opened on 26 December in the Everyman Playhouse.

Select links below for further information.

  

DatePlayVenue
 18 January Last of the Red Hot Lovers   Everyman Playhouse
 20 February Absurd Person Singular   Cork Opera House
 20 February Would the Real Judy Garland please....  Ivernia Theatre
 27 February Mr Gilbert & Mr Sullivan  Everyman Playhouse
 21 May Séadna  Everyman Playhouse
 23 August Summer Revels '84  Cork Opera House
 5 September Semi Private  Everyman Playhouse
 15 September Come Back Paddy Reilly  Liss Ard House
 30 October The Gigli Concert  Everyman Playhouse
 12 November Little Women   Everyman Playhouse
 21 November Poker Session  Everyman Playhouse
 5 December Bell Book and Candle  Everyman Playhouse
 6 December Romeo and Juliet  Ashton secondary school Blackrock
 26 December Annie  Everyman Playhouse

 

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