The standard of production at GAA never fail to blow me away. They are always topical, unique and fresh, and a huge variety from musicals, serious drama, shakespeare, pantomime, improvised and scripted.
Kate Dickie, GAA Patron
You, Me and Mrs Jones
Our talented 10-13 year olds will be bringing you the brilliant, "You, Me and Mrs Jones". This full of life play tells the story of two teenagers on an adventure to find a hero to save the day. This fast moving comedy makes a serious statement in a delightful fashion. It comes to GAA on Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd August. Grab your tickets to join this adventure.
Takin' Over the Asylum
Adapted for the stage by the author, Takin' Over the Asylum by Donna Franceschild is a hilarious, updated and profoundly moving adaptation of Donna Franceschild's Bafta-winning BBC TV-series. Set in a Scottish mental institution, the play reveals hope and joy in the fragile beauty of the human heart. When Ready Eddie McKenna, Soul Survivor and double glazing salesman, arrives to reinvigorate St Jude's defunct hospital radio station he turns more than the ramshackle station upside down. The whisky drinking would-be DJ meets the 19-year-old bipolar Campbell, schizophrenic electronic genius Fergus, OCD Rosalie and the elusive Francine. Fighting against illness and perception Eddie and the patients of St Jude's strive for their dreams to be accepted. This story will be performed in GAA on Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th August. Tickets can be purchased through ticketsource.co.uk/gaatheatre or in the office.