Our latest touring production, the Pat McCabe classic Frank Pig Says Hello, returns to its home county for its final performances after its very successful tour of Ireland. The play has been receiving a great reception from audiences around the country with plenty of standing ovations and praise for its two actors, Donegal’s Patrick McBrearty and Stefan Dunbar from Fermanagh, both of whom are making their professional stage debuts.
“Outstanding – Theatre the way it should be” Dan Gordon
Our final Donegal dates are:
Wed 1 Oct: Abbey Centre, Ballyshannon Box Office 071 9851375
Fri 3 Oct: Glenties Community Centre Box Office 071 9851375
Sat 4 Oct: An Grianán Theatre Box Office 074 9120777
Humorous yet harrowing, Frank Pig Says Hello is a black comedy with an inventive fusion of storytelling and role play which sees the two actors play 30 characters between them. Adapted from Pat McCabe’s acclaimed novel The Butcher Boy, the play is set in 1960s rural Ireland and is a poignant and provocative journey into the heart and mind of Francie Brady, a young man struggling with life.
Check out what audiences have been saying about Frank Pig right here!