Hit Comedy Back By Popular Demand At Na Gaeil Club

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Diarmuid Herlihy and Marguerite Maunsell, ‘The Parents’ in ‘One Murder And A Christening’ which returns to Na Gaeil GAA Club later this month. Photo by Dermot Crean

IT enjoyed two sell-out performances in February and the reaction was so positive a hit comedy/drama will return to the Na Gaeil GAA Clubhouse at the end of the month.

Due to popular demand, the hugely successful ‘One Murder and a Christening’, penned by Mary Quirke, will make a welcome return to the stage on Thursday, March 29.

“People left the hall both nights last month with pains in their faces and sides from laughing so hard, and the recurring comment afterwards was that they would come again to see it if they could and recommend it highly to friends and family,” said Margaret Doody from Na Gaeil.

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“On that basis then, a decision was reached to go with a rerun. The club wants to emphasise that it’s an occasion to be enjoyed by all, and you certainly don’t have to be affiliated to Na Gaeil to come along and enjoy the comedy,” said Margaret.

Tickets for this over 18s only show are now on sale in the club bar but be quick, because if the last performances are anything to go by, they won’t be there long.

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