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  • Entertainment

THEATRE: A memorable night

Saturday, 4th November, 2017 3:00pm

THE Night Joe Dolan’s Car Broke Down by Padraic McIntyre is returning to the Olympia Theatre early next year.

Running from February 5 to 10, this will be the hit music and comedy show’s 7th run at The Olympia, where it has been enjoyed by over 50,000 people to date

Tickets from €29.50 (including booking fee) are available to purchase from Ticketmaster and usual outlets nationwide.

This December marks the tenth anniversary of Joe’s passing.

 Imagine being stranded with the legend in a rural pub in Cavan on the night his car breaks down.

That’s just the sort of fantasy scenario that’s imagined in ‘The Night Joe Dolan’s Car Broke Down’ - a play written and directed by Padraic McIntyre.

The play is set on a stormy St Stephen’s night as people gather to celebrate the 60th birthday party of the Horse Munley.

As the storm worsens and people head home, a knock to the door brings the night’s entertainment to a new level.

As the play unfolds so too do personal secrets, the music and the craic.

 This hilarious show has been a sellout success in theatres all over the country including The Olympia, The Ramor Theatre Virginia, Roscommon, Longford, Mullingar, Monaghan and Galway.

Mixing comedy, drama and music it is a treat for all theatre and Joe Dolan fans alike.

The play has toured extensively receiving standing ovations everywhere, a testament to the talent of a wonderful cast and an amazing John O’Grady who featured on the Voice of Ireland and who plays the part of Joe Dolan.


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