‘Love thy neighbour’

Knocks Drama


Knocks Drama Group is set to perform yet another outrageous comedy, ‘Love Thy Neighbour’ by Westmeath playwright Jimmy Kennedy.

The story is set in present day rural Ireland and centres on tense family relationships, dishonest dealings and corrupt authority.

The combination of these elements is an explosive mix of comedy and drama which will leave audiences fully entertained.

Knocks Drama Group is honouring the memory of their esteemed member Pauric McAloon who passed away suddenely shortly after last year’s production.  Each year they give a donation to a local charity and this year they will give this donation to Pauric’s place of work, Barnlee Residential Home, Lisnaskea, where we he was loved by everyone.

The show opens on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th April and continues on Sunday 20th and Sunday 27th April 2014. Doors open at 7.45pm and show starts at 8.30p.m. sharp.

Admission: Adults £5.00/Children £3.00

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