Spreacha 2015

During 2015 you can enjoy Spréacha shows throughout the year, starting with ‘Lifeboat’, travelling to Fingal from Scotland in March .. .more here ... 

Spréacha shows are perfect for school groups and families with events programmed in and out of school time. Phone our Box Office now on 01-8852622.

Spréacha is presented by Draíocht in partnership with Fingal County Council.

"It was magical, they were mesmerized – it was the best school tour we were ever on."

"They loved it, one child (hard of hearing) doesn’t communicate very much and he communicated about it at home, this is very unusual for him, he only does this with things that he has really enjoyed."

Spréacha 2015 Events

Lifeboat

Lifeboat

Spreacha 2015 - Catherine Wheels Theatre Company, Scotland

Tue 24 - Thu 26 Mar 2015 Spréacha on Tour

Lifeboat is the extraordinary true story of Bess Walder and Beth Cummings. Set in World War II, it is a story of courage, a story of survival and a story of enduring friendship. On Friday 13 September 1940, a ship, The City of Benares, set sail from Liverpool for Canada. On board were 90 evacuees escaping the relentless bombing and dangers of war torn Britain. Four days into the crossing, the ship was torpedoed and sank. Only eleven of the evacuees survived. Two fifteen year old girls, Bess Walder and Beth Cummings, spent 19 terrifying hours in the water on an upturned lifeboat. They willed each other to survive. Lifeboat tells their story.

Show Details:
SCHOOL SHOWS:
TUES 24 MARCH - 2 shows - SOLD OUT
WED 25 MARCH - 2 shows - AVAILABLE
THURS 26 MARCH - 2 shows - AVAILABLE

6 School Shows in total Available.
Age 9+ / Dur: 75 mins
Spréacha on Tour: School shows will take place in your school.
Tickets: €300 per school show for 120 students (so €2.50 per student)
Request our school booking information sheet by email from Leigh admin@draiocht.ie or by phoning Box Office 01-8852622.

Spréacha is presented by Draíocht in partnership with Fingal County Council.

REMIND ME ABOUT THIS EVENT

"I was mesmerised from beginning to end … extraordinary talent." Audience Member

"At the end the audience wiped the tears from their eyes and rose to give them a standing ovation." The Scotsman



  • Lifeboat video