March 2019 12345678910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031 Mar 1stBlood Red Lines A new piece of verbatim theatre. Mar 2ndBat The Father Rabbit The Son It’s Dublin in the 1980s. Rabbit is a self-made haulage magnate. But something’s wrong... Mar 4th'Forgive Me Not', extracts from 'Turf' and panel discussion A screening of the short film Forgive Me Not, and filmed extracts from the live theatre piece Turf. Mar 7thManny Man Does the History of Ireland on Stage Based on John D Ruddy’s hit series of books and YouTube videos, An Grianán Theatre brings Manny Man’s History of Ireland to the stage. Mar 9thMe, Mum & The Patriarchy This one woman performance portrays three generations of Northern women in a moving, hilarious and poignant journey. Mar 9thBlood Red Lines A new piece of verbatim theatre. Mar 19thRepose Life is cyclical. Day fades into night and turns back into day as the sun rises. One season gradually gives way to the next. Mar 22ndThe Trials of Oscar Wilde The three trials of Oscar Wilde are brought to life. Mar 23rdClass Act School of Speech and Drama annual Spring show The older drama students will be exploring the beautiful Greek islands where they will sing, dance and experience lots of love and romance! The younger group will venture to see th Mar 29thFreakshow An original blast of irreverent theatre inspired by the true story of the 17th Century Portrush Giantess, Mary Murphy. Mar 30thSongs of Social Conscience Musician and lecturer Dr Liam Campbell’s acclaimed multi-media show tracing the history of songs of conscience and the social, cultural, and political realities they reflect.