‘The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley’ returns to Glencolmcille

Cumann Dramaiochta Ghleancholmcille presents a repeat performance of the three-act comedy play ‘The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley’ this Sunday, April 15 at 8.30pm in Halla Mhuire.

Cumann Dramaiochta Ghleancholmcille presents a repeat performance of the three-act comedy play ‘The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley’ this Sunday, April 15 at 8.30pm in Halla Mhuire.

This hilarious comedy, where all is fair in love and war, has already played to packed houses, on March 30 and April 1st. Gabriel Foley played by Mark Tubridy, is a bachelor farmer,who is unlucky in love.

He is being chased by Hazel Myers (Ann Shiels) and Chrissie McCabe (Josephine O’Byrne) who will stop at nothing to get him. Aggie Foley (Ellen McGinley) and Lucy Lacey (Máire Cannon) are two old acid-tongued sisters who never agree.

Liam Gavigan, a neighbour farmer, is played by the popular Bernard McHugh while Clive Snell (Tommy Butler) is a pompous, self-absorbed character. Last, but very much not least, in this colourful cast of characters is Morag Delamere (Colette McDevitt), a posh director of the Prince of Denmark Players.

The play was written by Jimmy Keary from Westmeath and this production is directed by Gerry Gillespie.

Admission: Adults €10, children €5.