O’Rourke returns with a Handy number
Ever since theatre returned, the name Seamus O’Rourke has been cropping up everywhere. The award-winning playwright, director and now author has been getting stuck in to make up for lost time.
The Carrigallen man returns to the familiar haunt of Corn Mill Theatre this Friday (November 26) with his new one-man show 'The Handyman'.
Poetic, chaotic and funny, this is another O'Rourke penned drama that explores his unique take on life in rural Ireland. It tells of Hugh Spotten who has been ousted but he’s not one for lying down. Hugh is determined to make the world see sense! Described as a mix of Rhyme and Reason, O’Rourke re-immerses himself in the fun of theatre and storytelling.
The wit and wisdom that the former carpenter, former county footballer, pandemic survivor and astute observer of all humanity has presented in his biography 'Standing In Gaps' are sure to be on display in The Handyman.
Booking is essential at www.cornmilltheatre.com or 087-2570363.
Tickets €15 each and doors open at 8pm.