My Brilliant Divorce
Directed by George B. Miller
Featuring Angela Ryan
Jasango Theatre are back with a bang with Geraldine Aron’s achingly funny My Brilliant Divorce. Following a two-year Irish tour and award-winning performances in the USA with Bombshells,Jasango brings you this wittily observant comedy. If you liked Bombshells you’ll love this one!
The comedy explores what life is like for Angela Kennedy-Lipsky, recently dumped by her accountant husband for a younger model. Rebuilding her life, she finds herself adrift in a sea of weird sexual encounters, sneaky solicitors, phone-in counsellors, a bad case of hypochondria and impending poverty. Should she fight to keep her husband? Or should she sign the final papers and move on? Fast-paced modern comedy-not to be missed!
MARATHON EFFORT TO MAKE MIRACLES HAPPEN FOR IRELAND’S SICK KIDS
Running Miles for Miracles in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital
Riverbank Arts Centre & Nerilie Watson on behalf of Temple Street Children’s Hospital are hosting a Ladies Night at 7pm on March 22nd to raise money for this great cause.
Seeing the work of Temple Street first hand has inspired Narraghmore resident, Nerilie Watson, to help make a difference in the lives of Ireland’s sick kids.
This year, Nerilie is joining Temple Street Children's University Hospital’s Miles for Miracles campaign to raise funds for vital, lifesaving equipment and services by running the Aer Arann Half Marathon in April and then the New York Marathon in November.
Adding just under 40 miles to the Hospital’s target of 100,000 doesn't seem like much, but by raising €7,000 in the process, this makes a huge difference to helping make miracles happen to Ireland's sick children.
“After volunteering and working at Temple Street for the past 12 months, I've seen first hand the amazing work that goes on behind its doors. I was constantly astounded at the ability of the children to laugh and smile in the face of adversity - they are the bravest people I know. But, this is largely due to the support and care provided by the staff of Temple Street who always go beyond the call of duty to help make a child's time in hospital less distressing”, says Nerilie.
Temple Streetprovides vital medical care to sick and injured children from all over Ireland. However, the Hospital relies heavily on fundraising and community support for equipment purchases and provision of support services.
This Thursday, March 22nd Riverbank Arts Centre & Nerilie Watson on behalf of Temple Street Children’s Hospital are hosting a Ladies Night at 7pm.
Why not join us before the show for some pampering, which will be free, prior to see the show. There will be some great prizes, including nights away, vouchers for some local stores and much much more.