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c21 Theatre Company presents

 

LOVE OR MONEY

 

a comedy about banks, bras and going bust by Rosemary Jenkinson.

 

Lyric Theatre Belfast:  23rd – 27th February 2016
On Tour:  29th February – 12th March 2016

 

Eilish is back in the dating game and back in the courts rebuilding her law career. She has a demanding boss, a demanding life, and now a new boyfriend.  As her work and her relationship develop, Eilish finds herself embroiled in a world of hidden identity, missing documents and bras… lots of bras…

 

c21 Theatre Company presents a biting new comedy about the underside of the recession.  Finance and fidelity entangle in a tug-of-love to keep business afloat.  Zero hours or the hour of reckoning?

 

Another satirical gem from Jenkinson and c21 who brought you last year’s sell-out hit “Stitched Up”.

 

For performance dates and booking details, see below:

 

“Love or Money” runs for approximately 80 minutes with no interval. Age guidance:  16+

 

PERFORMANCE DATES

 

Lyric Theatre Belfast, Naughton Studio - Tuesday 23rd – Saturday 27th February at 8pm nightly, Matinee Performance Saturday 27th February at 2.30pm

 

Box Office:  028 9038 1081

 

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TOUR DATES

 

Monday 29th February at 8pm - The Michelin Club, Ballymena

Box Office:  028 2566 3655

 

 

Thursday 3rd March at 8pm - The Courtyard Theatre, Newtownabbey

Box Office:  028 9034 0202

 

 

Friday 4th March at 8pm - Cushedall Golf Club, Cushendall

Box Office:  028 2177 1318

 

 

Saturday 5th March at 8pm - Roe Valley Arts Centre, Limavady

Box Office:  028 7776 0650

 

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Tuesday 8th March at 8pm - Sean Hollywood Arts Centre, Newry

Box Office:  028 3031 3180

 

 

Thursday 10th March at 8pm - Market Place Theatre Studio, Armagh

Box Office:  028 3752 1821

 

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Friday 11th March at 8pm - Down Arts Centre, Downpatrick

Box Office:  028 4461 0747

 

 

Saturday 12th March at 8pm - Island Arts Centre, Lisburn

Box Office:  028 92 509254

 

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c21 Theatre Company Love or Money

WE WON!

c21 Arts and Business Awards 2015
On Wednesday 21st January 2015 c21 members and partners attended the Allianz Arts and Business NI Awards at Theatre At The Mill.

 

After being nominated in three different categories, we lifted the award for Corporate Responsibility!!  The award was given for our work on ‘Choices’ an underage binge-drinking project, that saw us reach some 2000 young people aged 14-16 throughout Northern Ireland.

 

Stephen and Sean McCready, the director of Burke Shipping Group (our business partner) were there to pick up the award from BBC’s Wendy Austin.  A great achievement for the company and celebrations carried on into the night!

STITCHED UP COMES DOWN!!

c21 Stitched Up
‘Stitched Up’ was a huge success for the company in Spring 2015. After selling out six performances at The Lyric Theatre Belfast, the Company toured eleven venues throughout Northern Ireland. Audiences loved the dark comedy about the current crisis within the NHS:

 

FEEDBACK

 

‘Stitched Up’ by Rosemary Jenkinson Feb/March 2015

 

“Strongly written drama with a timely message presented at the Lyric by a young cast that is both attractive and compellingly watchable. A fine all-round example of the wonderful talent our drama scene in Northern Ireland is producing. Do catch ‘Stitched Up’ either in Belfast or when it goes on tour”

 

Author/Travel Writer Colin McAlpin

 

The actors were all excellent, with Richard Clements’ wiry and frazzled surgeon a warm and believable central figure. Roisin Gallagher has the most to do, weaving around Clements, sparking off him, and acquits herself well, getting most of the laughs as well as most of the dramatic flashpoints.

 

Culture NI

 

With a dose of struggle, a helping of ambition, a portion of comedy and a extra slathering of audience satisfaction, ‘Stitched Up’ really is the ‘Nigella’ of Theatre. ***** 5 Stars

 

Culture Hub Review Belfast

 

Stephen Kelly brings Jenkinson’s comedic script to life. It was executed extremely well, with a wonderfully simplistic, multi-functional set.

 

Tammy Moore (Freelance Irish Theatre Magazine)

 

Stitched Up is a sharply informed and sharply funny piece of writing, with Jenkinson landing jibes on everyone from the aforementioned Health Minister to the always mockable Bono. There’s not a lot to laugh about in the NHS crisis, but what there is Stitched Up finds. Well worth joining the audience for a night.

 

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