Back in 1993 produced ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’ under the direction of Denny Corcoran. It was a huge success with many of the cast and crew going on to become a who’s who of Waterford Theatre for the next 20 years. This is a video of Davy Sutton running around backstage having a chat with everyone and some side footage from the show. It is worth a look for a couple of reasons – one being a look inside the old dressing rooms and facilities of the Theatre Royal before it was renovated.. the other being what happens during the hilarious moment when a local neighbourhood person with a little bit too much to drink decides to interfere in an interview in old Flaggy Lane.. enjoy.
Another legend has left the Waterford Theatre circle. A compere, comedian, producer, performer, broadcaster, soundtrack to so many peoples St. Patricks Day Parade… the list goes on and on. A man who made so many […]
In 1987 Red Kettle presented ‘Arms And the Man’ by George Bernard Shaw in the Theatre Royal. Here is the show programme with loads of reading in it with some articles by Ted O’Regan amongst […]
Today’s video is a right trip back memory lane in Tops land. This scene was pure nostalgia when it went on in 1983, so 34 years later it’s even more nostalgic! Denny and Boola take […]