23 September 2021
By Tom Collins
Today after 76 weeks of closure, Cork’s 650 seat Everyman Theatre will finally reopen to live audiences.
Today after 76 weeks of closure, Cork’s Everyman Theatre will finally reopen to live audiences. Sophie Motley, Artistic Director said
It’s been a privilege to watch MacCurtain street prepare, welcome people back into our bars and hotels, and now, finally it is The Everyman’s turn. For the very first time this year, the old building will swing her shiny new doors open, and welcome you in.
We’ve got some treats in store for you. From our very own production of Heart of a Dog by brilliant Cork playwright Éadaoin O’ Donoghue to regular classics like The Sunday Songbook, through some of the best drama that the country has to offer in Fishamble’s new play Duck Duck Goose, Krapp’s Last Tape with Cork’s very own Denis Conway and favourites like Decadent with the brilliant Eden by Eugene O’Brien. Top it off with fantastic family theatre with A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings, which comes to us from sell-out runs at The Abbey in 2019, as well as The Little Robber Girl, an audio drama by Deirdre Dwyer from BrokenCrow.
I can’t wait to say hello, in person, and watch the theatre fill with faces again.
A PDF file programme for September and October 2021 is here.