Beezneez bring 'An Ordinary Man' to county Longford venues

Beezneez bring 'An Ordinary Man' to county Longford venues

Gerry Farrell in a scene from John McDwyer’s 'An Ordinary Man'.

Beezneez Theatre Company is delighted to visit venues in county Longford when they present Gerry Farrell’s stunning performance of John McDwyer’s outstanding play, 'An Ordinary Man' in Ballymahon and Newtowncashel.

This will be the fourth national tour of this stand out play about the life and times of a simple sawman.  It is a play and production which has charmed audiences all over Ireland and the UK and is sure to be a major hit with theatre lovers this year.

Gerry Farrell plays a host of characters from a schoolmaster to a missionary priest to a football trainer in a tour de force performance which has brought audiences to their feet all over Ireland and the UK.  

'An Ordinary Man' will have theatre goers in tears of joy and sadness as the play charts the life of a simple saw man through his life of deaths, births and marriages with a bit of football and ballroom dancing thrown in , just for the craic.

Beezneez are delighted to be able to reach county venues in Longford with this much sought after production.  'An Ordinary Man' plays in Bog Lane Theatre, Ballymahon on Thursday, March 30 at 8.30pm with booking at 090 6432230 and in Newtowncashel on Saturday, April 8 at 9pm with tickets for that show now available at 086 2521536. 

Beezneez intend 'An Ordinary Man' to be available to venues all through the year and the company is now in a position to present the show is non-theatre spaces due to the acquisition of a mobile lighting unit.  

If any organisation or festival is interested in having 'An Ordinary Man' at their venue, they should contact Beezneez by DM on their Facebook page or by email at

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