Archives - Dancing at Lughnasa

by Brian Friel

Directed by Beth Maxwell

Friday 24th November – Saturday 2nd December 1995 in the Auditorium

This play was first performed at Dublin’s Abbey Theatre, and subsequently with great success in London and New York.

Set in a remote part of County Donegal in 1936, it features an impoverished family of five spinsters and their elder brother, a missionary priest returned from a long period in Africa. The events of that summer are recalled by the son of the youngest sister, in a tender, humorous and poignant evocation of the relationships within the household and with the community outside.

The Times said of this play “we are in the thrall of as masterly a dramatist as the theatre possesses”.

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Part of the Barn’s 1995/1996 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Creative team

Director-Beth Maxwell
Set Design-Sue Walters
Lighting Design-Louis Davis
Sound-Rob Wallace
Wardrobe-Anne Classey
Phoebe Johnson
Dancing Arrangement-Sheelagh Breen
Angela Dunham
Nigel Rive
Stage Manager-Nigel Rive
Assistant Stage Manager-Andy McShane
Marion Canadine
Lighting Operation-Shirley Shaw
Properties-Johanna Lloyd
Janet Lloyd
Special Properties-Isla Petch
Set Construction-Ian Bage
Brian Moseley
Harrold Muncey
Len Price
John Walters
John Wight
Members of The Barn Theatre Club
Set Dressing-Elsie Brown
Jenny Collingwood
Peter McDonald
Sue Walters
Poster Design-Jenny Collingwood
Production Secretary-Margaret Hakansson
Special Thanks-Eric Farlie
Pat Macready

Thanks to Malcolm Hobbs (Wheathampstead Dramatic Society)

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