Theatre at the Savoy
Payday Productions presents a series of theatre performances in the heart of Limerick City on the last Thursday and Friday of each each month.
Lunchtime Show At 1.05pm Doors open at 12:50pm Show will commence at 1:05pm sharp Admission to include soup and sandwich
AND Tea Time Show at 6:05pm (Thursday Only)
Doors open at 5:50pm Show will commence at 6:05pm sharp. Admission to include one glass house wine (or soft drink) and nibbles.
Reserve Seats (recommended)
Phone: 085-8554341 firstname.lastname@example.org @lunchtheatre
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We are grateful for the support of The Savoy Hotel, Limerick Local Heroes and Orchard Theatre Co.
Jan 31st & Feb 1st at 1.05pm Tea Time Show: Thur 31st Jan at 6:05pm
Sidhe Theatre Presents THE CANDIDATE by Gina Moxley
Back by popular demand “The Candidate” performed by Frances Healy is a comical narration of a holiday romance with a difference, involving a local TD. A young woman recalls with great amusement this unusual encounter in the sun.“The Candidate” is a lively, light and satirical take on the holiday romance. “Give your lunchtime a lift with 50 minutes of fun and enjoy a laugh out loud performance” “superbly delivered…visibly recognisable” IRISH THEATRE MAGAZINE
Feb 28th & March 1st at 1.05pm Tea Time Show: Thurs 28th Feb at 6:05pm
Fregoli Theatre Presents Let Me Be by Maria Tivnan
Fregoli are back at The Savoy to present the debut of their latest work “Let Me Be”. Laura and Molly are two sisters who according to those in the town ‘have had it hard’. Two very different personalities, their deep bond and ability for imaginative play see them through harsh memories and a dark past. A tender and sincere exploration of childhood and sisterhood, employing Fregoli’s trademark character changing style with energy, humour, and colour. Performed by Kate Murray and Maria Tivnan. Directed by Rob McFeely and Tracy Bruen. ‘’her dialogue is strikingly nuanced, blending moving poetry with humorous vernacular…..revealing an ability to find immense beauty within modest subject matter’’ Irish Theatre Magazine on Tivnan’s The Sweet Shop, 2012
march 28th & 29th at 1.05pm Tea Time Show: Thurs 28th March at 6.05pm
CallBack Theatre Presents
Fred & Alice
Fred and Alice first met in the home. It wasn’t really a home but Fred always called it a home because that was where he lived, and if you are not living at home then where are you? It was love at first sight for Alice. Fred didn’t talk to her again for years but then eventually Fred got used to her and it was love at first sight for him too. A blistering head wreck played at a hilarious pace! Performed by Cora Fenton and Ciaran Bermingham Written and directed by John Sheehy. “A Captivating Carnival of Drama…Great Writing…Stunningly Effective… Terrific Cast” Irish Theatre Magazine on “Set in Stone” by CallBack Theatre.