Theatre Nation – bringing live theatre back to the Stables

Local professional theatre company Theatre Nation is back with a bang with a wonderful witty live entertainment The Life and Rhymes of Archy and Mehitabel at the Stables Theatre on Thursday May 28th and Friday May 29th at 7.30.

It’s a one hour bravura one person show in which veteran actor Patrick Kealey performs over 20 different comic characters based on humorist Don Marquis hilarious satirical sketches which have been a huge cult hit since they first saw the light of day back in 1927, during the heyday of the Jazz Age in New York.

It’s a perfect opportunity for theatre lovers of all ages to dip their toe back into the magic of live performance in Covid safe surroundings.

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Catch Patrick in conversation with writer and performer Ben Keaton about the wonderful world of Archy the cockroach on Friday at 6pm. Details below

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