Friday, 25th May 2018
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Celebrating their fourth year as a theatre production company, Waterford's Beretta Productions return with their third staged production, Frank McGuinness's classic Someone Who'll Watch Over Me.

Having tread the boards in 2015 in Garter Lane to great reviews and appreciative audiences the cast have decided to try their hand one more time with this dark and, at times, comic tale in Central Arts for a four night run.

Based on the true story of three hostages held against their will in eighties Lebanon, McGuinness has penned a powerfully dramatic play combining poignancy, tragedy and humour. The characters, a Northern Irishman, an American and an Englishman, at times battle with their cultural differences but their instinct for survival forces them to realise they are stronger together. Starring Darren Malone, Tim Fardey and Dean Sullivan and directed by Clare Smith. Someone Who'll Watch Over Me will be coming to Central Arts, Waterford from 19th-22nd April. Starting at 8pm with all tickets priced at only €10! Tickets available online at http://www.eventbrite.ie and at the door.

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