Wednesday, 18th July 2012
Waterford Youth Arts have taken on another challenge with their new show which revolves around a train journey. This new play happens at Waterford and Suir Valley Railway and is called 'All Aboard' written by Martina Collender and directed by Aibhlinn Ryan.
The cast are all aged 9 – 13 years and the play is aimed at all the family. We spoke to one of the cast members Caoimhe O'Brien about how rehearsals are going so far: "I play Nikki who is a young and clever storyteller. Nikki is the main character who tells stories and stuff. The rehearsals are really fun even though they start really early! ...But it's worth it. The play is really well written because it's written to suit our ideas even though they're kinda weird because they involve everything from Super Hero's to green pigs. I think the writer Martina has done a good job"
The show will happen four times over the two days Sat. 28th July and Sunday 29th July at 6pm and 8pm. Tickets €7 and €5 conc. With family rates of €15 and are available from both WYA, The Arch Barrack Street, tel. 879377 or from Waterford and Suir Valley Railway, Kilmeaden tel. 384058. Numbers limited so it is advisable to book early.
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