The Comedy of Errors

“The Comedy of Errors” is a comedic play written by William Shakespeare in the early 1590s. It is one of Shakespeare’s earliest works and is often regarded as his most farcical comedy. This production is the first live Shakespearean play to be produced by The Shakes since COVID-19. A real treat and not to be missed.


No prior booking for rehearsed readings. Patrons are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment. There will be a raffle!! Tea, Coffee and biscuits included.

The Catacombs – Working Title

Located in the 1940s basement of 13 Fitzwilliam Place, ‘The Catacombs’ was a nightclub established by Dickie Wyman, who re-located to Dublin from the UK in order to avoid being drafted into WW2 after his boyfriend was killed in action. In an Ireland where conservatism ruled, “The Catacombs” was a place where anything went. It was a den of heavy drinking, discussions, debates, fights and lust and attracted bohemians like Brendan Behan, Patrick Kavanagh, J.P. Dunleavy, and Anthony Cronin, even earning a mention in Dunleavy’s ‘The Gingerman’.

A Secret Love

A Secret Love

A SECRET LOVE Adapted as a radio play by Val O’Donnell from the short story The Trusting and The Maimed by James Plunkett. James Plunkett’s short story, The Trusting and the Maimed, is regarded as one of the author’s most engaging and lyrical stories. It centres on the plight of a young, single, unmarried girl […]