An astonishing piece of theatre comes to Sydney’s Pavilion Theatre in June when Castle Hill Players present The Cripple of Inishmaan.
From the award-winning, critically acclaimed British writer, Martin McDonagh (Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri) comes a dark comedy, set on a small island off the west coast of Ireland in1934 in the small Aran Islands community of Inishmaan.
Billy, a crippled teenager, schemes to attain a role in a film. Director Dave Went, has assembled an outstanding cast of actors including Robert Snars as Billy, a sensitive young man, held back in life by physical disability and the restraints of parochial island life.
After the sell-out successes of Things I Know to be True and Always a Bridesmaid, Castle Hill Players production of The Cripple of Inishmaan is the latest celebration of 2021’s return to live theatre – at full throttle!
The Pavilion Theatre is located within the Castle Hill Showground, adjacent to the new Metro Hills Showground Station. The entrance is at the lights located between Gilbert and Carrington Roads, Castle Hill and the Doran Drive.
Castle Hill Players present The Cripple of Inishmaan by Martin McDonagh directed by Dave Went June 4-26 – Wed, Fri and Sat at 8:15pm, Sun 4:30pm. All tickets: $25 Bookings: www.paviliontheatre. org.au or 9634 2929 Castle Hill Players accepts the Discover NSW Vouchers.
Full details available in the season brochure – and online at www.paviliontheatre.org.au