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Keary comedy for Drogheda stage

Story by Tom Kelly

Tuesday, 5th February, 2013 4:30pm

Keary comedy for Drogheda stage

Gabriel Foley gets all the attention.

Aisteori Na Boinne Drama Group presents Jimmy Keary's 'The Two Loves of Gabriel Foley' at Drogheda Arts Centre, Stockwell Street, from Tuesday 19th to Saturday 23rd February. Bachelor farmer Gabriel Foley's search for romance develops into a love triangle with a difference in this hilarious farce. Gabriel gets more than he bargained for when he joins the local drama group and potential suitors start vying for his attentions. But is it love or the farmer's assets they are after? Find out in this rib tickling romp of wily women and rural Romeos.

Charities to benefit from the performances are the Irish Wheelchair Association, Drogheda Womens and Children's Refuge and Special Olympics; the Alzheimer's Association and St Mary's Julianstown Parish Appeal; Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association, Drogheda Senior Citizens and SOSAD Ireland; and Aisteoiri na Boinne. Tickets €12 are available from (041) 983 3946 or