The 25th anniversary production of A Night in November.
This is the stunning multi-award winning play from Marie Jones, writer of hit shows Stones in his Pockets
& Christmas Eve Can Kill You
‘Can passion change a man?’
A Night in November
tells the story of Kenneth McAllister, a clerk in the local welfare office. Kenneth is a Belfast Protestant who has followed all the rules. He loved who he was supposed to love. He lived where he was expected to live. He fought who he was taught to fight. That is, until one night -- a night in November -- when he did the most exciting, outrageous, crazy, mad thing he'd ever done.
Directed by Matthew McElhinney, this funny, passionate and heartbreaking show sees the actor Matthew Forsythe flex acting skills, seamlessly shifting through dozens of characters.
*Father's Day Post Show Q&A*
A post show Q&A with Director Matthew McElhinney and his dad Ian McElhinney on Sunday 16th June entitled ‘Like Father, Like Son’
"The actor, director and producer of this production of Night in November were not even teenagers when this play was first performed. The fact that twenty five years on it still resonates with them is humbling and the passion they bring to restaging it for another generation is incredibly exciting." - Marie Jones
"I grew up with this play and it grew up with me." - Matthew McElhinney