5th MARCH - Double header presentation commencing with a 3 person theatrical production  by the Summerlee Museum’s “B FLAT MINERS “ followed by the Scottish Film premiere of Irish comedy “NOBODY’s TALKING TO ME” by Tommy Marren

St PATRICK’S CHURCH HALL, MAYO SUITE, St JOHN ST, COATBRIDGE

7.30pm   

Tickets: £3

“THE B FLAT MINERS”

 Life’s the Pits…

 

Live theatrical show of a wife and mother’s story of her mining family in working class Lanarkshire.

Take a journey through the tears and laughter as she reflects the sorrow and joy in her life.

Singalong with Bingo Bella and crooner Tony Capaldi, the local ‘Ice Cream Man’, who’s a real Smoothie!

The human story of coal from early industrial mining days to its demise during the Thatcher years and its legacy on today’s world.

Written and performed by The B Flat Miners, three staff members of Scotland’s Industrial Museum in Coatbridge.

 

Film of Irish Comedy: "NOBODY’S TALKING TO ME” is written by Tommy Marren.

 

A fast-paced comedy set in rural Ireland in the 1960s. Despite the fact that nobody is talking to anybody else, the play is chock full of hilarious one-liners and put-downs. The script is complete with a wake, a whiskey loving priest and a much-used hanky and a case of mistaken identity

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