Coming up at Waterloo East Theatre May - Aug 2011
Waterloo East Theatre, a fringe theatre under the railway arches at Waterloo East, has announced its programme from May to August 2011
3 to 22 May 2011
47 Roses - An Evening With Peter Sheridan, Peter Sheridan conjures up the memories and voices of his childhood in Dublin in the 1960’s . It is a coming of age story, peopled with eccentric characters and bizarre incidents.
24 May to 19 June 2011
Tom Crean - Antarctic Explorer, written & performed by Aidan Dooley. The life-story of Tom Crean, intrepid Antarctic explorer and one of Ireland’s unsung heroes. Crean was one of the few men to survive three iconic expeditions: Discovery, Terra Nova and Endurance – and served with both Scott and Shackleton. His story is a testament of human fortitude against the elements.
21 June to 17 July 2011
Prostitutes Marry in May: Two Queens, One Nation , written and performed by Miriam Cooper, directed by Jonathan Kemp. The unavoidable collision between dynamic sovereigns Elizabeth I and Mary Queen of Scots. Journey with the cousins who called themselves Sister Queens through the courts, private chambers and public processions, in a tale that has ignited the imagination for centuries.
19 July to 14 Aug2011
The Gift of Lighting , by David Gilna. A true story about a young man, who in a twisted turn of fate gets struck by lightning. Against the odds of survival, he must delve into the deepest part of the soul to find out what is he worth.