2015

The 24 Hour Plays 2015

Sunday, February 1st

The Abbey Theatre

Crouching Garda, Hidden Garda The second play was "Hello, Stranger" written by John Butler and directed by Dan Colley who was assisted by Aloisia King. It featured Reeve Carney, Neilí Conroy, Peter Coonan, Keith Duffy and Lisa Garvey.
“Crouching Garda, Hidden Garda” was written by Kate Heffernan and directed by Bairbre Ní Chaoimh. Conor Murray was the assistant director. It featured Glen Barry, Steve Blount, Dave Fleming and Marie Ruane. The second play was “Hello, Stranger” written by John Butler and directed by Dan Colley who was assisted by Aloisia King. It featured Reeve Carney, Neilí Conroy, Peter Coonan, Keith Duffy and Lisa Garvey.
The final play in the first act was "Bridget Hits The Healing Ceiling", written by Róise Goan and directed by Gary Keegan who was assisted by Austin Sheedy. It featured Anthony Delaney, Jay Duffy, Charlene Gleeson, Caroline Morahan and Megan Riordan. The first play of the second act was HERITAGE written by Michelle Read and directed by Ronan Phelan who was assisted by Ursula McGinn. It featured Clara Harte, Andrea Irvine, Simone Kirby, Aonghus Óg McAnally and Ste Murray.
The final play in the first act was “Bridget Hits The Healing Ceiling”, written by Róise Goan and directed by Gary Keegan who was assisted by Austin Sheedy. It featured Anthony Delaney, Jay Duffy, Charlene Gleeson, Caroline Morahan and Megan Riordan. The first play of the second act was HERITAGE written by Michelle Read and directed by Ronan Phelan who was assisted by Ursula McGinn. It featured Clara Harte, Andrea Irvine, Simone Kirby, Aonghus Óg McAnally and Ste Murray.
The second play was GLENGORLOCH which was written by Barbara Bergin and directed by Gerard Stembridge who was assisted by Josephine Ryan Murphy. It featured Jonny Beauchamp, Eva Jane Gaffney, Paul Roe and Eileen Walsh. The final play was TALKDRINKLAUGHKISS which was written by Dylan Coburn Gray and directed by Oonagh Murphy who was assisted by Alice Murphy. This play featured Yasmine Akram, Clare Dunne, David Fennelly and Jonathan White.
The second play was GLENGORLOCH which was written by Barbara Bergin and directed by Gerard Stembridge who was assisted by Josephine Ryan Murphy. It featured Jonny Beauchamp, Eva Jane Gaffney, Paul Roe and Eileen Walsh. The final play was TALKDRINKLAUGHKISS which was written by Dylan Coburn Gray and directed by Oonagh Murphy who was assisted by Alice Murphy. This play featured Yasmine Akram, Clare Dunne, David Fennelly and Jonathan White.
Special musical guest was Jerry Fish accompanied by Cian Boylan.
Special musical guest was Jerry Fish accompanied by Cian Boylan.

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