Some more details on the upcoming re-run of The Quare Fellow at The Tricycle in Kilburn, courtesy of the Oxford Stage Company. Running from 25 May to 2 July, as previously mentioned. Directed by Kathy, obviously. Original music by ex-Pogues guitarist Philip Chevron.
Actors are (big cast): Sean Gallagher (TV’s Linda Green), Sean Campion (Stones in his Pockets), Jason Kavanagh (Brookside), Kieran Cunningham (Speed the Plow at Contact), Tony Rohr (TV’s The Lakes and The Weir), David Ganly (John Bull’s Other Island), Noel McAlley, Ciaran McIntyre (Dancing at Lughnasa – UK tour), Nick Danan (This Lime Tree Bower, Belgrade Theatre Coventry), Matthew Dunphy (The Lieutenant of Inishmore), Gary Lilburn (The Weir at the Royal Court), Patrick Lynch (Juno & the Paycock, Abbey Theatre Dublin), Paul Lloyd (The Cripple of Inishmaan at Leicester Haymarket), Christopher Logan (professional debut), Gerard Rooney (Rough Beginnings at Lyric Theatre Belfast), Jay Simpson (Mother Clap’s Molly House at the National) and Oengus MacNamara (The Playboy of the Western World, Manchester Royal Exchange).
All performances at 8pm. Mid-week matinees 2pm and on Sat 4pm. Tickets prices: Mon and mid-week – £8.50. Tue/Wed and Sat matinee – £13. Thu/Fri – £15. Sat – £18.
Tricycle Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR. Box Office: 020 7328 1000
If you want to learn a lot more about The Quare Fellow, including a biog of Brendan Behan, a first-person account of how the jails were at the time and much more on the play, you can download a big pdf file [pdf] with it all in at the Oxford Stage Company’s website, or I have stuck a copy on this website here [pdf] in which our Kath is described for some reason as an “improbable goddess”.