Directed by Caroline FitzGerald
Next performances: Droichead Drogheda SOLD OUT Sat 11 November at 8pm
Glor Ennis Thurs 16 November at 8pm Booking 065 684 3103 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Lime Tree Limerick Fri 17 November at 8pm Booking 061 953 400
Dunamaise Portlaoise Sun 3 December at 8pm Booking 057 866 3355 / email@example.com
Selma Mae (Isobel Mahon) is riding the boom, or so it appears to friends and family. She has a perfect husband, perfect kids, a perfect home.
But, when her social-climbing Mother, Carmel (Maria McDermottroe), ‘helpfully’ organises a bash to celebrate her new state-of-the-art extension, Selma begins to wonder who’s life she’s living after all. As the odd assortment of guests; glamorous neighbour Chloe (Claudia Carroll), career-girl sister Maeve (now played by Clelia Murphy), and the eccentric Bernie (Rose Henderson), begin to assemble, it becomes obvious that Carmel’s dream of an elegant ‘do’ is fast descending into chaos.
The night unfolds, old secrets are shared and facades begin to crack. The Boomtime girls are forced to recognise that behind the gloss, true friendship proves the only solid foundation.