Plaza Suite

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Enniskillen Amateur Dramatic Society returns to the stage with Neil Simon’s ‘Plaza Suite’. The Plaza Suite is a hilarious comedy following three different stories that occur in the same suite (719) in the Plaza Hotel in New York at different times. From a reluctant bride, to reliving a honeymoon, to rekindling old flames if only for an hour, EADS promise you a night you won’t forget. Enniskillen Amateur Dramatic Society bring three different directors to the Ardhowen Theatre with Ella Clarke directing ‘Visitor From Hollywood’, Melanie Little directing ‘Visitor From Forest Hills’ and Christian Carbin directing ‘Visitor From Mamaroneck’. All directors are supported by an excellent cast including Billy Mulligan, Wendy Graham, Barbara Henderson, Padraig Connolly, Deborah Fallis, Christian Carbin and not forgetting David Wilkinson.

Please pick up your key at reception, take the elevator to the seventh floor and join us in Room 719 for a night of laughter.

This amateur production of ‘Plaza Suite’ is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd. on behalf of Samuel French Ltd. www.concordtheatricals.co.uk

Please note:

With the change to the legal requirement to socially distance in theatres, the Ardhowen Theatre is now required to take additional measures to ensure the safety of our customers and staff. For admission to this performance, along with photographic ID, we will also request that audience members demonstrate proof of their Covid status by providing us with ONE of the following means of verification:

· Proof of full vaccination,

· Proof of a negative 'Lateral Flow Test, or

· Email or text proof of Positive PCR in previous 30 - 180 days.

All tickets must be booked in advance, contact details of all attendees over 16 years of age must be submitted at the time of booking and masks should be worn at all times, unless exempt.

If you have any questions please contact the theatre at ardhowen@fermanaghomagh.com or telephone 028 6632 5440

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