Box Office Opening Hours  March 25th-April 1st

Tuesday 2- 5pm

Wednesday 10am - 5pm

Thursday 1 pm  -10.30pm

Friday, Saturday,  10 - 11pm

Sunday & Monday 2-  11pm

 Tickets available online for all events or call the Box Office 064 6648701

 

 
The Carnegie Players currently in rehearsal
'The Ghost Train' coming soon.......
Theatre Games Ireland - New Play coming soon
April 27th at 3pm. Tickets on sale now.
Screening April 11th
Starring Claire Foy...

Some of our upcoming programme highlights...

Upcoming Music Events

Music - The Music of Rogers & Hammerstein presented by Youghal Musical Society

Saturday April 13th 8pm
Tickets: €12

'IT’S A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING' by Youghal Musical Society

For more than 20 years, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein kept theatres on Broadway and the West End filled to capacity with happy audiences who loved the magic of their wonderful productions.

When “Oklahoma!” opened in 1943, it ushered in a new style of musical theatre, exciting, vibrant and true to life. Songs like “Oh what a beautiful morning”. “People will say we’re in love” and “The Surrey with the fringe on top” thrilled audiences who were tired of the old jaded shows that were playing to half-empty theatres.

“Carousel” opened while “Oklahoma!” was still playing and introduced such songs as “If I loved you” and the perennial “You’ll never walk alone”, beloved of football fans.
“South Pacific” came along in 1949 and introduced us to “Nothing like a dame” and “Some enchanted evening”
 
 In 1951, Rodgers and Hammerstein took us to the Kingdom of Siam. “The King and I” introduced us to Anna Leonowens who had come out from England as governess to the many children of King Mongut. Who can forget “Getting to know you”, “We kiss in the shadows”, “Shall we dance?” and the other enchanting songs in this exhilarating score.
 
In November 1959, Rodgers and Hammerstein’s most successful musical opened on Broadway, “The Sound of Music” caused a sensation, helped by a score that included “My favourite things”,  “Doh, Re, Mi” and the beautiful “Edelweiss”.
 
“It’s a Grand Night for Singing”, with star singers Frank Ryan, Sarah O’Mahony and Noel Somers with accompanist Bethan Lee, gives you a chance to relive the wonderful Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals and singalong to their great songs. Written and Directed by Cathal McCabe.
 
 This is one not to be missed!
 

Musical- 'Little Orphan Annie'- Theatre Games Ireland

May17th 8pm
Tickets: price to follow

'Little Orphan Annie'

The Carnegie Players and Theatre Games Ireland collaborate on their rendition of the story which originated in a 1930's comic book strip. In the depths of the 1930's, Annie; a fiery young orphan girl who must live in a miserable orphanage run by the tyrannical Miss Hannigan. Her seemingly hopeless situation changes when she is selected to spend a short time at the residence of the wealthy munitions industrialist who also discovers a bit of a change of heart.

 

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