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Theatre Events | Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Co. Meath

Theatre Events  |  Solstice Arts Centre, Navan, Co. Meath

TRAD

From: 23rd April 2019
To: 24th April 2019
Mark Doherty’s award-winning Trad comes to Solstice before a 2-week run at The Abbey Theatre and tells the hilarious story of 100-year-old Thomas… and his father. Together they set out to discover the son they never knew he had.


Charlie's a Clepto

From: 7th May 2019
To: 7th May 2019
Charlie is a kleptomaniac – the doctor told her. Reckons it stems from childhood trauma. But she has the robbin’ completely under control these days. For real. She has a bit of a mouth on her, but she’s only trying to be funny, give everyone a laugh, not cause trouble, like. Not today, of all days. She loves that little boy more than she ever thought it was possible to love another human. There’s a lot riding on these 24 hours, and if she keeps her head down, she’ll get him back. Everyone has a story to tell… but there’s a time and a place. This is neither. Follow Charlie, the queen of self-sabotage as she tries desperately – for once in her life – to keep her mouth shut long enough to make it count. Duration: 75 minutes, no interval.


Magpies on the Pylon - Meath Travellers Workshop

From: 9th May 2019
To: 9th May 2019
Meath Travellers Workshop presents an evening of free theatre at Solstice. Magpies on the Pylon is set in a tiny bedroom belonging to Jim, a Traveller father who struggles to cope with the suicide of his 23-year-old son. After his son's death, Jim has become isolated from other family members and is misusing alcohol. The audience accompanies Jim on an emotional roller-coaster ride as he articulates loving memories of his son, his fears for the well-being of his other three children, the turmoil that has developed in his relationship with his wife, his anger at God, and his agonising questions about whether there was something he could have done to prevent his son’s death. This one-man play is written and performed by well-known actor and playwright Michael Collins.


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