Really enjoyed the performance-I was very hard hitting but was a good mix of comedy and tragedy and the laughs did not take away from the seriousness of the message.Loved the music
The drama was very thought provoking...
It really shown light on the devastating effect cyber bullying/bullying has on families and their communities..
This is something which I will emphasise with young people much more when discussing how bullying can impact the individual/families. The importance of being nice and including others. Young people’s responsibilities will be echoed when challenging bullying especially in the school environment...
Written and directed by Patricia Downey.
Mary, Katie and Colleen – teenagers in Anderstonstown west Belfast in the late 70s and best friends for over 35 yrs.
“I can’t believe you signed us up for a Saturday Night Fever class. My mum’ll kill me if she knows I’m goin’ into the city centre at night”.
“I don’t think Clarke’s Dance Studio is top of the bombers’ list”.
“Never mind the bombs, what about my street cred?”
You’re invited, so join them as they laugh, cry and reminisce about love, loss, and John Travolta.
Presented by Spanner in the Works Theatre Company.
Gilly Campbell, Head of Community Arts & Education, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, comments: “Spanner In the Works has been taking plays right into the heart of our communities and beyond for a number of years. This company excels in using the arts to shine a light on difficult and challenging issues in a highly entertaining way and I would encourage everyone to go along
Lyric Theatre 55 Ridgeway Street,
Stranmillis, Belfast, BT9 5FB ·
Ticket price £10
Box office (028) 9038 1081
Friday 6th and Saturday 7th Sept at 8pm