Please read our Covid Protocol before visiting us. Please note that this event will take place under current social distancing measurements as per Government guidelines. Seating is allocated and tickets are limited so early booking is advised.Wexford Arts Centre in association with Paul Walsh productions presents this unique festival of tales from the quay. A selection of specially created monologues written and delivered by some of Wexford’s best-known artists. A mix of comedy, dark fairy-tale, exploration of relationships and a look at life in a small town by the sea. Supported by Wexford County Council Arts Office Small Festivals grant scheme. Tales From the Quay Trip Of a Lifetime by Thomas O'Leary performed by Andy Doyle. A bittersweet and humorous exploration of life, sport, and love during lockdown. A Method in Menapia by Paul Walsh performed by Imelda McDonagh In this Grand Guinol piece dripping with dark humour an aging Guesthouse owner explores how far she would go for a million euros. Boots by Michelle Dooley Mahon performed by John Crosbie. A rainy-day heartfelt piece about a broken relationship and a man losing his lifestyle. Living Like a Fugitive by Carol Long performed by Shonagh Lyons. A tense heart racing piece about the dangers of modern dating a woman finding her inner warrior. Coming home by Heather Hadrill performed by Stephen Byrne. A thoughtful and atmosphere play about unfulfilled love , leaving your hometown and racing back to reclaim both . Revenge by Jack Matthews performed by Danielle Fortune . A hilarious and life affirming play about life after bullying and refunding yourself after losing your confidence. Dei Gratia by Eoghan Rua Finn performed by Adrienne Meyler. A dark fantasia surrounding the suffocation of family life and religious fervour in small town Ireland. Wexford Town ( hello In There) written and performed by Phil Lyons. The warts and all truth of an adopted son of Wexford exploring the places and people of a small town by the sea . The project is directed by Paul Walsh.
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