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Cafe now open daily for 2017 season 11am to 5pm
Hotel open Easter Saturday 15th April
on 18th and 19th March 2017
Tickets available on door
The World Premiere of a new play, ‘Jiving Lessons for The Broken-Hearted’ will take place on Saturday March 18th at the Royal Spa Hotel in Lisdoonvarna.
‘Jiving Lessons For The Broken-Hearted’ is a new play by North Clare native Dermott Petty and explores the question “Is Love Dead in the Middle Ages”.
The play follows the adventures and mis adventures of six different character as they search for love during as weekend in the North Clare village of Lisdoonvarna during its famous Matchmaking festival.
The actors include Clair Varden (Kilfenora) Michael Canavan (Fanore) Lesley Shepard (Lisdoonvarna) and Dermott Petty (Doolin) and the play is been produced by Joan O’Hanrahan (Kilfenora).
In a world where beauty is measured by an invasive media, be it either mainstream or social Media, where a person (male or Female) is judged on their relationship status, again by the media, yet judged much harsher by their family and friends. The brutal reality is that the matchmaking festival in Lisdoonvarna is the last chance saloon for many of its participants.
Muriel O'Connor and Fran Curry
Friday, Saturday and Sunday night in Hall
Friday and Saturday in Bar
A one -man show performed by Gerry Howard
Written and directed by Paul Brennan
Gerardhoward Productions presents a hilarious and surreal romp through time with some of Co clare's most famous characters - real and fictional - and how they might have interacted, had they ever met.
Pile them all into the west Clare Railway and see where they end up.
What will Mr deValera make of Percy French? And will the famous clown Johnny Patterson and submarine inventor John Holland get on.
Thursday 23rd, Friday 24th and Saturday 25th October.
Doors 8pm Show 8.30pm Sharp
Bookings Tel 065 7074288