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The Irish aristocrat Violet Gibson, 5-foot-1 with long greying hair, at fifty was an unlikely assassin. On April 7, 1926 she shot Italian dictator Benito Mussolini. She was the only would be assassin to actually hit the great man, grazing his nose with her bullet. Nobody knows if Gibson acted alone. Her ultimate fate is hauntingly sad. Together the director, writers and actors will explore the character of Violet through a synergetic process culminating in performance presenting Violet through the different stages of her life. The Debutante. The Assassin. The Madwoman. Underscored by a soundtrack which unveils her state of mind.
The AGM to review 2022 will take place in The Teachers Club on January 19th 2023 @ 8pm. If there is anything you wish to put on the agenda, if you would like to be considered for a position on the committee or if there is any other issue you wish to be raised or […]
Auditions~ Comedy of Errors. This comedy is one of Shakespeare’s earlier works.
A farcical romp, its humour is based largely on cases of mistaken identity and the resulting confusion which follows.
An ensemble piece, its main characters are a set of twins, both named Antipholus and their servants, both named Dromio, also twins.
Many years previously, Egeon and his wife Adriana were travelling by boat, when they became separated from each other during a storm. The play sees Egeon in search of his long-lost family.