SIMON BRETT / MARCH - APRIL 2014
This charming play features Hilary and Robert Travers, a retired childless couple who were prominent academics in their careers,
now faced with spending their time together living quietly in the country. Once the life and soul of the university,
Robert is now confined to telling all his anecdotes to Hilary, who has, of course, heard them all many times before!
There are many touching scenes between them as well as very funny moments.
Each has a secret. However, each one knows about the other’s secret, but they play along with this in a most interesting way.
Robert Travers: Colm Ó Maolmhuire
Hilary Travers: Mary Cauldwell
Telephone Message Operator: Carol Boylan
Julian Baraclough: Jim Gibney
Keith Fulton: Phil Hughes
Director: Áine McGuinness
Stage Manager: Aga Daly
Lighting: Richard Norman-Wright, Rory Norman-Wright
Sound: Ronald Jones
Set Design, Construction and Decor: Billy Fitzgerald, Paul Jordan, Eugene Osborne, Kevin O’Malley, Rita McCarthy, Carol Boylan, Catherine Noone, Stephen Daly, Mati Daly
Wardrobe: Máire Keogh
Continuity: Marianne Gibney
Front of House: Carol Boylan, Rita McCarthy, Ethna McQuillan and Group Members
Programme: Ronald Jones, Kevin O’Malley
Poster/Programme Design: fastnetgraphics
Rehearsal Photographs: Daily Photography
Announcements: Richard Norman-Wright