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Spring at The Alley

SUMMER is heading for the Alley Theatre with a new programme of events full of music, comedy, drama and exhibitions. Check out what’s on this April and May. For full listing of events visit www.alley-theatre.com

C21 THEATRE PRESENTS MAY THE ROAD RISE UP
A fast-paced, comedy rollercoaster about a woman who resolves to live life to the full no matter what it flings at her. When Mia’s boyfriend leaves her, she falls into debt and loses her job, but she still stays cheerful throughout our recessionary times.

SOUNDS OF BRASS AT THE NORTH WEST MUSIC FESTIVAL
The tightly fought world of brass band contesting returns to the Alley Theatre when the Brass Band League present their ever popular Spring Festival. Audiences will be treated to performances of major works and a light entertainment repertoire.

STRABANE CHAMBER CHOIR
Strabane Chamber Choir was formed in September 2014 by local musician and conductor Gerard Bradley. The choir draws members from Tyrone, Derry and Donegal linked by a common love of choral music. To date the choir has performed light music in concerts and sacred pieces such as Faure’s Requiem in two churches. The choir competes in choral festivals, most recently achieving runners up in mixed voice in Sligo 2016 and Derry Choral Festival 2017. The choir’s raisin d’etre is to sing for joy.

CONAL GALLEN
When it comes to comedians there is none better or funnier than the King himself, Conal Gallen. Conal brand new stand-up comedy show ‘Suckin’ Diesel’ is packed full of hilarious jokes, songs and more craic than even Pablo Escobar could ever handle, it is guaranteed to have you in fits of laughter from the very start right through to the very end. And as always, you can expect the unexpected, because as usual, no one knows what he is going to come out with next (not even Conal)! There is a reason why Conal Gallen has won more awards than any other Irish comedian ever, it’s simple, it’s because he truly is the best. Don’t miss your chance to see the master of comedy at work and book your tickets now.

To book contact 028 71 384444 or www.alley-theatre.com.

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