Madame Chavelle Theatre and Dinner

We are delighted to announce that Ballyvolane House will be the setting for a TheatreMakers production of an original and unique play by Ronan Fitzgibbon over two weekends in October. This is the highlight of the Autumn and tickets are €55 per person to include the performance and dinner. We have a special rate for an overnight stay as well.

MADAME CHAVELLE PRESENTS AN EVENING OF ANSWERED QUESTIONS, INTRIGUE, REVELATION AND MYSTERY

It is Autumn 1919. Amidst the country's turmoil three lost souls arrive at Ballyvolane House. They seek an audience with the mysterious Madame Chavelle. Each one has a tale to tell and an answer to find, but can she really do all she claims? Can she really speak with the dead?

Theatre Makers are proud to invite you to join us for the first showing of this original and unique play. Enjoy a delicious three-course dinner in Ballyvolane House's grand dining room and an evening that promises intrigue and revelation.

It is, after all, your destiny…

WHERE: BALLYVOLANE HOUSE

WHEN: 7.30PM over two weekends - 22, 23, 24 & 29, 30 OCTOBER 2010

TICKETS: €55 per person, includes theatre performance and a 3-course dinner.

Theatre Makers undertakes to explore and build on the organic needs for the theatrical, the dramatic and the narrative that are innate to the human condition. In this context the company's commitment to the production of theatre art to the highest standard and to deal in the idea of what a profoundly delightful wholesome phenomenon the theatre experience can be. The Company has a policy of pursuing growth and nurturing and supporting activity in the theatre sector on all levels. To this end, it runs a workshop for professional actors: The Working Actors Workshop, which facilitates actors to take initiatives to develop creative products and to prusue income accordingly. So far tow new plays have come out of the workshop: They Never Froze Walt Disney by Jody O'Neill and the highly successful children's play: Aesop's Fabulous Foibles and Fables by Jack Healy and George Hanover.

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