The FDRC Players return to perform at The Playhouse for a fourth year in a row with a very witty, highly relevant and full of belly laughs series of comic sketches.
Previously performed and boisterously received by full houses, the FDRC Players ‘A Comedy of Sketches' will return to The Playhouse on Tuesday November 4.
The Players, comprised of people with physical and sensory disabilities and people with acquired brain injuries, came together as Foyle Disability Resource Centre users and through a love of drama, formed their own theatre company in 2008, the only such acting company in Ireland and United Kingdom.
Through training in professional acting and stage craft and with support from Western Health and Social Care Trust, the Playhouse, North West Regional College, Friends of Foyle Disability Resource Centre, FDRC staff and all carers and families, the Players are aspiring to ever greater performances and with their utmost dedication and love for performing, they are destined to achieve this.
This performance of comedy sketches was penned by local playwright Eddie Kerr, reflecting with much wry humour and many belly laughs on everyday situations and relationships.
With a sterling cast and great production team, the FDRC Players are already established as a Theatre Company prepared to take chances with their entertaining productions ensuring a guaranteed uplifting and rousing show which will leave you laughing.
Tickets are £2 per child and £5 per adult with the funds being raised for FDRC Players.
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