A half day encounter in which we look at a selection of famous mature roles in Irish Drama. It will be an opportunity to see from a variety of angles how Irish playwrights have depicted characters in the older age category. (50+) This will be interactive with everyone encouraged to offer observations and, if people wish, to read/perform speeches from these characters.
Gerard Stembridge is a writer and a director who has worked extensively in theatre, film, TV and radio, first coming to prominence with the RTÉ radio comedy series Scrap Saturday in the early 1990s. He has written four novels and several films, including the hit About Adam (2000), which he also directed, Ordinary Decent Criminal (2000), and Nora (directed by Pat Murphy, 1999).
Contact to book: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0526166131