Richard Harkin’s house in Baldoyle, Co. Dublin.
It’s Christmas Eve, 2006, and Sharky has returned to Dublin to look after his ageing brother, who’s recently gone blind. Old drinking buddies Ivan and Nicky are holed up at the house too, hoping to play cards. But with the arrival of a stranger from the distant past, the stakes are raised from a friendly card game to a soul taking All IN showdown.
|James “Sharky” Harkin||Tommie Moyles|
|Richard Harkin||Mike Russell|
|Ivan Curry||John Hughes|
|Nicky Giblin||Greg Mulcahy|
|Mr. Lockhart||Darren Cannon|
|Stage Manager||Nora Murphy|
|Stage Crew||Sharon Mawe McCarthy|
|Rory O’ Connor|
|Props & Set Dressing||Rory Long|
|Aileen O’ Donovan|
|Lighting||Denis O’ Donovan|
|John O’ Shea|
|Sound||Denis O’ Mahony|
|Hair & Make-Up||Rosaleen Beechinor|
|Poster Design||Ian Flavin|
|Set Design & Construction||Felix Daly|
|Set Decorator||Ana Maria Surdu|
|Set Crew||Felix Daly|
|Aidan O’ Shea|
|Transport Manager||John Hayes|
About The Group
Kilmeen Drama Group, based in Rossmore, West Cork, are one of the longest established drama groups in the country, regularly competing on the 3 Act and 1 Act circuits. In 2013, Kilmeen were crowned All Ireland champions at the RTÉ 3 Act Open Drama Finals in Athlone, for the third consecutive year, with ‘The Playboy of the Western World’. They have recently returned from a successful tour to New York and Lancaster, Pennsylvania with the Playboy.