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‘Never Again’ in Aghaloo: I attended the the staging of ‘Never Again’ in Aghaloo Community Centre on Sunday night last and intended to take photos of the event for this site - well I never had as much difficulty taking photos as I did on Sunday night as I got so taken in by the acting on the stage that I just wanted to watch the show and missed a number of good photo shots as a result. It was a terrific performance by each and every actor on stage. Comedy is a very difficult kind of play to act as the timing has to be right or the lines are lost. The voice used to give out the punchline must be right or the line is lost and for acting to be good it must be natural rather than put-on as it will sound fake. They got it right for all of these and had the full house laughing their heads off and enjoying every minute of the show. This was ‘60’s kind of comedy, all of which might not be acceptable to certain people in our ‘modern society’ but it shows us that we still have the ability to laugh at the simple things in life. This play had great comedy, great set, great lighting, great sound effects, and a good stage for a big audience to enjoy the night in a very comfortable Centre. If you want a real good laugh you should go to Omeath on March 24th when they stage it there to raise funds for Fr. Stansfield’s charity. Other charities will benefit also from the proceeds of the show.
Cast members are: Margo McAnespie, Caroline Muldoon, Philomena Muldoon, Christina Murray, Frances Curley, Christopher McGinn, Damien McGinn, Raymond Treanor, Martin McCarron, Mickey Muldoon supported by a great bunch of people working in the background.
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‘Never Again’ in Aghaloo: I attended the the staging of ‘Never Again’ in Aghaloo Community Centre on Sunday night last and intended to take photos of the event for this site - well I never had as much difficulty taking photos as I did on Sunday night as I got so taken in by the acting on the stage that I just wanted to watch the show and missed a number of good photo shots as a result. It was a terrific performance by each and every actor on stage. Comedy is a very difficult kind of play to act as the timing has to be right or the lines are lost. The voice used to give out the punchline must be right or the line is lost and for acting to be good it must be natural rather than put-on as it will sound fake. They got it right for all of these and had the full house laughing their heads off and enjoying every minute of the show. This was ‘60’s kind of comedy, all of which might not be acceptable to certain people in our ‘modern society’ but it shows us that we still have the ability to laugh at the simple things in life. This play had great comedy, great set, great lighting, great sound effects, and a good stage for a big audience to enjoy the night in a very comfortable Centre. If you want a real good laugh you should go to Omeath on March 24th when they stage it there to raise funds for Fr. Stansfield’s charity. Other charities will benefit also from the proceeds of the show.
Cast members are: Margo McAnespie, Caroline Muldoon, Philomena Muldoon, Christina Murray, Frances Curley, Christopher McGinn, Damien McGinn, Raymond Treanor, Martin McCarron, Mickey Muldoon supported by a great bunch of people working in the background.
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