‘Sive’ – a contribution to Liverpool City of Culture 2008

St. Michael’s Irish Centre in Liverpool was the venue on Saturday May 17th for a performance of ‘Sive’ by the late Irish playwright John B Keane. The story of the ‘match’ of the young Sive to an older man was brilliantly told by the actors and musicians from the London based Irish Network of Dramatic Art; as part of Liverpool’s City of Culture varied programme of events. Triskellion Irish Theatre and Concert Productions produced this evening of Irish Drama in collaboration with St. Michael’s Irish Centre and the Irish Network of Dramatic Art.


Big Maggie The cast of Big maggie

– An Irish play by John B. Keane

The London based Irish Network of Dramatic Art in association with Triskellion Productions played to a very appreciative audiences this weekend at the Salvatorian College, Harrow Weald. This tragic/comedy was well delivered and a great opportunity to experience live theatre from the pen of Co. Kerry’s most famous son, the late and great John B Keane. The cast of Big maggie

More pictures (on Flickr)


The Rare Oul’ Times

– A two-act Irish play by Ken McElroy

Set in the Bailey Pub in Dublin c1950, the play chronicles the lives of two of Ireland’s most famous (and infamous!) literary legends – Patrick Kavanagh (Ken McElroy) and Brendan Behan (Oliver Moore).

Tribute to the Men Who Built Britain

– Multi-media slide presentation by Ultan Cowley



– by John B Keane

The cast
The late great John B. Keane – Irish playwright.

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