1975 was the famous year of the ‘Joseph’ Tops presented by Dermot Grahams Waterford Glass team. Here is the programme from that famous production – in this round taking on the Foundry team who were […]
2002 was a quiet year for local participation, but Bowler Hat and local choir Lumen provided the final night concert.
Back to 1985 and Gee Officer Krupke featuring Davy Sutton and a host of legends was one of the key scenes. It’s a bit dark – but it’s great – enjoy!
Godspell was the production of choice for Spotlight Productions (before they re-named to Premier Productions the following year). It was a riot of colour and energy, directed by Gary Power and Choreography by Michelle Condon. […]
1995 saw the wonderful Anna Manahan appear in Red Kettles production of Bernard Farrell’s ‘Happy Birthday Dear Alice’. Here is the show programme for a look.
Today’s look back is to 1995 and some original press clippings from the pre-publicity for the Edmund Rice Choral And Musical Societies production of ‘Brigadoon’. Clipping 1 Clipping 2 Clipping 3 Clipping 4
Today it’s back to 1996 and Waterford Youth Drama’s production of ‘Dial M For Moonstream’, directed by Pat Kiernan. Added to the WYA Archive here. 1996 – Dial M For Moonstream – Show Programme
Back to 2006 and one of a couple of productions of ‘Some Like It Hot’ that took place in the early noughties in Waterford. This one featuring another legendary character of Waterford Theatre – Paul […]
A very recent, but very pertinent piece of audio to include in the archive. It isn’t everyday that somebody takes over the running of one of Waterford’s Theatres. Thanks to Mary O’Neill for permission to […]
Time for our monthly visit to the Bilberry Goats – and this time they are in an Old Folks Home… the usual hilarity ensues…
It’s quite a play title! In 1997 Blind Mirror presented ‘Accidental Death Of An Anarchist’ in Garter Lane. The programme contains a great little programme notes input from Ben Hennessy. Worth a read and a […]
In 2001 the ERCMS presented their 24th production – Gilbert & Sullivan’s ‘Yeoman Of the Guard’ in the Theatre Royal. Here is the show programme. 2001 – The Yeoman Of The Guard – Show Programme
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 […]
For more see below. 1997 – Accidental Death Of An Anarchist – Show Programme