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Staging Drama has been a Tydavnet ritual since the 1950’s and an annual event since 1986. In 2003 Tydavnet Drama Troupe
performed Sive, by John B. Keane and it was hailed as a great success and over the years since then they have presented various
productions and each one drew the crowds and everyone enjoyed the performances. This year they have decided to present SIVE
again, this time produced by the well-known and experienced Pat Deery and no doubt this will be another great performance and
well worth seeing. The cast are no strangers on stage and this will add to the performance so a great night is in store. It will be
staged in Tydavnet Community Centre on the 19th, 24th and 26th of February, in the Garage Theatre on the 2nd and 3rd of March
and the in Iontas, Castleblayney, on 2nd of April. With all these performances you will have no excuse for missing the show.
The cast has the following people involved: Maura McCrudden, Oisin Treanor, Caolan Treanor, Seamus Tracey, Andreas Kildea, Paddy
Sherry, Odhran Sherlock, Hugh Sherlock, Paddy Sherlock, Kellie Galligan, Pat Deery, Mary Sherlock Elaine O’Donnell, Sean
McQuilan, Laura Treanor and Karen McCague and then the same number of people in the wings making sure that everything runds
smoothly. I attended on Friday 24th February and thoroughly enjoyed the top class performance from each and every one of the
cast even though the story ended sadly. Minister Humphreys was in the audience and enjoyed the production and congratulated all
involved with a special word for the producer, Pat Deery. Further shows coming up in The Garage Theatre and Iontas gives people a
further opportunity to experience this production. We have some images of some of those in attendance.