Wedding Fever!

Wedding Fever Cast 2

Wedding Fever Cast 2

A CAST OF fresh, young faces take on the challenge of the Sam Cree comedy for their first full length performance.

Borderline Players Pettigo will present this hysterical comedy by the Ulster Playwright this Saturday, February 28 in the Termon Complex, Pettigo, however don’t expect to see many familiar faces, as for the first time the cast will be comprised entirely of a group of young actors aged between 16 and 23.

Under the moniker, Borderline Players Generation 2.0 , 12 emerging actors step back in time to the 1960’s to tell the story on one Belfast couple’s journey to the alter. Set amidst the backdrop of strike action, family troubles, nosey neighbours and unwanted American visitors, the comedy is a must for all Borderline Players fans.

Several of the cast members who hail from Pettigo, Belleek, Kesh and Ederney have been with the group since its beginning back in September 2000, while others have joined the ride along the way, and for some it’s their first venture on stage.

The cast is led by Killian McGloin and Amy Britton in the roles of Alec and Sadie Galbraith, a Castlereagh couple whose lives are set to change following the announcement of their daughter Myra’s engagement.

Myra is played by Una McGloin and her suitor Dennis Hall is portrayed by Cian McAlone. Regular audiences with recognise Nicole Beaumont from her turns in recent comedies Cash on Delivery and Rumours, as nosey neighbour Emily Beattie, and Dean McGarrigle in his second production is cast as her husband, and rail-worked Willie. Thomas Beaumont and Claire McKervey play the in-laws to be, Patrick and Mary Hall, while Aaron Britton and Abbie Parkinson join the Wedding Fever fun as American relations Hirium and Georgina, and add to the ever growing chaos in the Galbraith household.

Two actors joining Borderline Players for the first time are Aisling Maguire and Ben McCann as bridesmaid Kathleen, and brother of the bride, Davy. Tickets for the production are on-sale now.

Bookings can be made at Borderline Players Facebook page or by contacting the Termon Complex box office on +353 71 98 61111.

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