'Stop it Nurse' back by popular demand

Hilarious Legan play returns

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'Stop it Nurse' back by popular demand

Back by popular demand and for one night only, it’s the hilarious ‘Stop it Nurse’ by Sam Cree this coming weekend in the south Longford village of Legan.

The play ran last year and proved extremely popular, so the cast and crew decided to perform for one last time, in an effort that will bring the whole community together this weekend.

The play centres around a men’s ward at the local hospital.

The men, all of whom bare ailments of one kind or another, are reminiscing on their lives - on the many memories - good and bad!

“They chat about football, past romances, extra-marital affairs, wedding celebrations and lots more,” cast member Colm Ward told the Leader on Monday.

“There is also a wedding that has a bit of a twist at the end.”

Starring Colm Ward, George McDonald, John Murray, Gerry Madden, Catherine Gunshinan, Carmel Nulty, Annemarie Donohoe, Stacey Donohoe, Rachel Lyons, Darra Gunshinan and Jack Nulty, this production guarantees a barrel of laughs on the night.

And so, for one night only - this Saturday March 25 at the Aurora Hall in Legan ‘Stop it Nurse’ will be performed in front of a very appreciative audience and is directed by Edgeworthstown native Vanessa Flood.

Doors open at 7:15pm and admission is €10/students €5.