Plenty of laughs in store at Arts Centre

If it’s laughter you are after, then look no further than Roscommon Arts Centre because with names such as Conal Gallen and Seamus O’Rourke making their way there in the coming weeks, you are guaranteed to be entertained.

  The ever popular Seamus returns with Victor’s Dung on Saturday, November  7, at 8 pm.

  Audiences will get to see the extended version of this production where Victor Maguire’s war with the world is interrupted by a call with the news that he hasn’t long to live.

  His existence and the existence of God are called into question in this comic tale about Victor’s love for his deceased wife Josie, his dog, his rooster, his good friend Fr. Johnny, his eccentric neighbours, but most of all his rural life.

  Originally a one-man play with over 130 performances, rave reviews and standing ovations, Victor’s Dung has now been developed and redesigned into a full theatrical production. Hold on to your hats… this could get messy.

  The hilarious Conal Gallen makes a popular return to the arts centre with his new stand up show A Laugh And a Half on Saturday, November 14, at 8 pm. This will be a jam-packed show with over two hours of hilarious jokes, stories and songs which will leave the audience in stitches from start to finish.

  Age recommendation is 16-plus for Conal’s show. Booking for both shows now at 09066 25824 or online at www.roscommonartscentre.ie.