Picture Credit: Brian Farrell
The 2017 season of Theatre at Roscommon Arts Centre kicks off to a fantastic start on Thursday 23rd February at 8pm with ‘Before Monsters Were Made’ written by Ross Dungan.
You know you are in for a treat when you have a cast that have appeared in shows such as ’The Commitments’, ’Ripper Street’, ’Rebellion’, ’The Tudors’, ’Moone Boy’ and ’The Wind That Shakes The Barley’. And if you like psychological thrillers with humour in parts or who-dunnit mysteries that have you on the edge of your seats, then this type of play is right up your street!
David is a man struggling to hold together his marriage when the small town he lives in is rocked by the sudden, untimely death of a local girl. As details are uncovered, rumours and talk take hold of the town, and it starts to force David to revisit old memories.
Set in 1960s Ireland, Before Monsters Were Made is the story of how a few small words can have a very big impact. When suspicion and old stories start to spread like a virus, how well do we know the people we trust the most?
If you want an exciting and gripping evening of theatre that you’ll talk about on the way home in the car and over the next few weeks, book your tickets now for ‘Before Monsters Were Made’ through the Roscommon Arts Centre Box Office on 09066 25824 / www.roscommonartscentre.ie