Macbeth goes to Scotland!
Set in mid-summer Italy when passions are strong, Romeo and Juliet follows the tragic romance of two headstrong young lovers whose families disapprove of their relationship. They secretly marry but a fatal fight seals Romeo’s banishment and ultimately leads to his own and Juliet’s death. This contemporary production by c21 Theatre Company once again through edited text and energetic acting, promises to bring Shakespeare to life for audiences of all ages.
‘Ardnaglass On The Air’ came to rest on Sunday night the 5th March 2017 in a sold out venue in Moneyglass. The production had travelled the length and breadth of Northern Ireland thanks to the Arts Council Of NI and our business sponsor Doyle Shipping Group. It was a fantastic show that sold out at numerous venues on tour. Here are some of the media comments that were mentioned along the way:
“Hand on Sister David’s heart, what you can expect is a full hour and 20 minutes of sheer unadulterated, ignore the pun, fun”
Culture Hub NI
“This is theatre at its purest and best – two actors alone on stage with nothing but a cracking script and wonderful rapport” Irish News
“Full of energy and fun with a twist of lemon on your parade as she raises an eyebrow, or scowls at the mishaps that only top quality, professional, community broadcasting can bring. I implore you to go see this fab bit of fun theatre. Standing ovation well deserved” – Culture Hub NI
“Ardnaglass on the Air is a hoot. It’s outrageously funny, full of vernacular and very entertaining” – Alan in Belfast
The play is sensationally entertaining with rich characters in which most of us will find a sense of familiarity. BAMNI.com
We are back with our brand new production of Aladdin written and directed by Pam Cassells-Totten (Lucy and the Dream Catcher and Jack and the Beanstalk) and produced by Stephen Kelly
Rub the Magic Lamp, enter the cave of wonders and be transported on a flying carpet ride into the Mystical World of The Far East. Will true love come smoothly for Aladdin and The Beautiful Princess in this rag to riches story or will the evil Abanazar capture the Genie of the Lamp and spoil Aladdin’s dreams?
The show opens on Friday 9th December and you can get your tickets by calling 02825635077 or by clicking the link! See you there.
Once again c21 Theatre Company bring Shakespeare to life on stage. Edited and directed specifically for schools by Arthur Webb, this fast-moving production follows the eventful life of the evil Scottish warrior and his power-hungry wife. Prophecy, witchcraft, murder and revenge all play a part in their tragic demise and guarantee a captivating production for audiences of all ages’
c21 Theatre Company makes a return to Ballymena this Summer with their successful drama Summer camps for children aged 7-13. This will be the company’s sixth year at The Braid Arts Centre and it promises to be the best yet.
a comedy about banks, bras and going bust by Rosemary Jenkinson.
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”.
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!