It’s been entertaining and making audiences laugh on the north coast each summer.
And now Portrush Summer Theatre is celebrating a special milestone this year - its 60th anniversary.
To celebrate the anniversary Portrush Summer Theatre is presenting seven shows, beginning with Stop It Nurse by Sam Cree on July 13-16 and concluding with another Cree classic, Don’t Tell The Wife on August 24-27. All of the plays are staged at Portrush Town Hall each week from a Wednesday to a Saturday.
The Belfast Rosemary Drama Group’s production of“ Stop It Nurse” follows Sammy, a diehard Linfield fan, and Felix, a dyed-in-the-wool Glentoran supporter, who end up side by side in the same hospital ward.
Things go from bad to worse when they are visited by the hyper-active Miss Cherry, another patient’s bit on the side and Mad McGurk, a wrestler with anger management issues!
The full programme for this summer is as follows:
13-16 July: STOP IT NURSE by Sam Cree - Rosemary Drama Group (Belfast).
20-23 July: ALWAYS A BRIDESMAID by Jones, Hope and Wooten - Ballymoney Literary & Debating Society.
27-30 July: ANYONE COULD ROB A BANK by Tom Coffey - The Country Players.
3-6 August: BESIDE THE SEASIDE by Leslie Sands - The Clarence Players (Belfast).
10-13 August: A BIT MORE CRAIC - Highfield Players.
17-20 August: RUNNING RIOT by Derek Benfield - Bart Players (Belfast)
24-27 August: DON’T TELL THE WIFE by Sam Cree - Lambeg Players (Belfast).
All the performances begin at 8pm, tickets for adults cost £8 (concession £7) and children £5.
The box office is open daily from 11am to 12 noon and 6pm to 8pm. Tickets book extremely fast so please book early to avoid disappointment.
To book by telephone, call 028 7082 9539.
* The Portrush Summer Theatre Committee gratefully acknowledge the support and sponsorship of sponsor Royal Court Hotel.