Box Office Opening Hours  August 19th - 24th

Tuesday -  Saturday 10-5pm

 

 

Tickets available online for all events or call the Box Office 064 6648701. Theatre Closed Mondays.

 

 
Film Night Returns September 12th
'Green Book' - Booking now.
'Red Joan' screeening October 10th 8pm
Kenmare Film Society
Comedy at Carnegie - Ideal Christmas Party Outing!
November 30th- Group Discounts available- Booking Now

Some of our upcoming programme highlights...

Upcoming Drama Productions

Auditions- The Carnegie Player's Next Production

 

August 29th 7pm
Free Event

'Freedom of the City' by Brian Friel and directed by Terry O Doherty.


This is one of Brian Friel 's finest productions that delivers the plight of the oppressed with an insight into not only their living conditions but also their humour. 

Performance dates November 22nd- 25th at The Carnegie Arts Centre

 

Drama 'Cafe Monday' First Performance Small Roads Festival

 

Thursday 26th September 8pm
Tickets: €15

Cafe Monday

Cafe Monday is a story of family, politics and a mother’s manipulative last will and testament. It’s told as a musical play written by Dezy Walls, author of another popular musical play, Not the Life I Ordered and creator of the autobiographical radio and stage production, Searching for Daddly Dee. Dezy is artistic director of Kenmare’s Small Roads theatre festival. The opening night is a world Premier of Cafe Monday.


Written and directed by Dezy Walls

 

Starring: Dezy Walls, Mandy McGahan, Mike Sullivan, April Ferron, Roman Puech, Meghan Kestler-Tobias

 

 

Drama - My Brilliant Divorce First Performance Small Roads Festival

 

Friday September 27th 8pm
Tickets: €15

My Brilliant Divorce

Angela and her husband Matt, otherwise known as Round Head, were happy. Or so Angela thought until Matt ran off with a twenty five year old Argentinian. Now middle aged Angela is mad, furious, choked up, vengeful, sometimes accepting, broken hearted, relieved or joyfully liberated depending on which minute you catch her. It’s a Brilliant Divorce.

Written by Gerladine Aron, an Irish dramatist

Directed by Meghan Kestler-Tobias

Starring Siobhan McAuliffe

 

 

Drama 'Typecast' First Performance Small Roads Festival

 

Saturday 28th September 5pm
Tickets: €15/€8 (children)

'Typecast'

Students have all mysteriously been cast in the “wrong” roles. The auditions for an upcoming production of Cinder White are underway and Ms. Thespis, the drama teacher, is greeted by a small group of students, each with a particular “look” and personality – the “diva,” the “quiet girl,” the “nice girl,” to name a few. To Ms. Thespis, casting this show seems like a no-brainer. However, when she comes down with a case of appendicitis, Ms. Ball, the gym teacher, needs to step in and direct the show, mostly because she feels guilty for balding Ms. Thespis’ pet ferret.
Written by Amanda Murray Curtalo.

Directed by April Ferron.

Starring a large cast of very talented local Children.

 

 

Drama Double Bill 'Mr Foot' & ' Wanda's Visit' (1)Small Roads Festival

Saturday 28th September 8pm
Tickets: €15

Mr. Foot 

A stuffy, mostly silent businessman sits in his living room, jiggling one foot and patronizing his paranoid, alcoholic, chattering wife, mostly by paying her no mind. The podiatric tic becomes a metaphoric one as well. [Alvin Klein, New York Times]
Written by Michael Frayn

Directed by Ann Shanahan

Starring Susan Hennessy Small Roads players

Wanda's Visit

Jim and Marsha's 13 year old marriage has become dull. Jim gets a letter from an old
high school girl friend named Wanda, who asks to visit. This guest from hell livens
things up.
Written by Christopher Durang, an American playwright

Directed by Ann Shanahan


Starring Jamie L Keough and Small Roads players

 

Drama 'Cafe Monday' Second Performance Small Roads Festival

 

Sunday 29th September 8pm
Tickets: €15

Cafe Monday

Cafe Monday is a story of family, politics and a mother’s manipulative last will and testament. It’s told as a musical play written by Dezy Walls, author of another popular musical play, Not the Life I Ordered and creator of the autobiographical radio and stage production, Searching for Daddly Dee. Dezy is artistic director of Kenmare’s Small Roads theatre festival. The opening night is a world Premier of Cafe Monday.
Written and directed by Dezy Walls Starring: Dezy Walls, Mandy McGahan, Mike Sullivan, April Ferron, Roman Puech, Meghan Kestler-Tobias

 

 

Drama Double Bill (3) 'Mr Foot' & Wanda's Visit' Small Roads Festival

 

Friday 4th October 8pm
Tickets: €15

 

Mr Foot ( 45mins)

 

A stuffy, mostly silent businessman sits in his living room, jiggling one foot and patronizing his paranoid, alcoholic, chattering wife, mostly by paying her no mind. The podiatric tic becomes a metaphoric one as well. [Alvin Klein, New York Times]
Written by Michael Frayn

Directed by Ann Shanahan Starring Susan Hennessy Small Roads players

Wanda's Visit

Jim and Marsha's 13 year old marriage has become dull. Jim gets a letter from an old
high school girl friend named Wanda, who asks to visit. This guest from hell livens
things up.
Written by Christopher Durang, an American playwright
Directed by Ann Shanahan
Starring Jamie L Keough and Small Roads players

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Drama 'TypeCast' Second Performance Small Roads Festival

Saturday 5th October 5pm
Tickets: €15/€8 children

Typecast

Students have all mysteriously been cast in the “wrong” roles. The auditions for an upcoming production of Cinder White are underway and Ms. Thespis, the drama teacher, is greeted by a small group of students, each with a particular “look” and personality – the “diva,” the “quiet girl,” the “nice girl,” to name a few. To Ms. Thespis, casting this show seems like a no-brainer. However, when she comes down with a case of appendicitis, Ms. Ball, the gym teacher, needs to step in and direct the show, mostly because she feels guilty for balding Ms. Thespis’ pet ferret.
Written by Amanda Murray Curtalo.

Directed by April Ferron.

Starring a large cast of very talented local children.

 

 

Drama- My Brilliant Divorce ( Second Performance) Small Roads Festival

Saturday October 5th 8pm
Tickets: €15

My Brilliant Divorce

Angela and her husband Matt, otherwise known as Round Head, were happy. Or so Angela thought until Matt ran off with a twenty five year old Argentinian. Now middle aged Angela is mad, furious, choked up, vengeful, sometimes accepting, broken hearted, relieved or joyfully liberated depending on which minute you catch her. It’s a Brilliant Divorce.

Written by Gerladine Aron, an Irish dramatist.

Directed by Meghan Kestler-Tobias.

Starring Siobhan McAuliffe.

Drama Double Bill'Mr Foot' & 'Wanda's Visit'(4) Small Roads Festival

Sunday 6th October 8pm
Tickets: €15

Mr. Foot

A stuffy, mostly silent businessman sits in his living room, jiggling one foot and patronizing his paranoid, alcoholic, chattering wife, mostly by paying her no mind. The podiatric tic becomes a metaphoric one as well. [Alvin Klein, New York Times]
Written by Michael Frayn

Directed by Ann Shanahan

Starring Susan Hennessy Small Roads players

 

 

Wanda's Visit

Jim and Marsha's 13 year old marriage has become dull. Jim gets a letter from an old
high school girl friend named Wanda, who asks to visit. This guest from hell livens
things up.


Written by Christopher Durang, an American playwright


Directed by Ann Shanahan


Starring Jamie L Keough and Small Roads players

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