1984 witnessed the founding of the Graffiti Theatre Company in Cork, as a youth theatre company. Some of the highlights of 1984 included Mr Gilbert and Mr Sullivan as well as Comeback Paddy Reilly which was based on the life of Percy French, and its opening was held in Liss Ard house in Skibbereen in West Cork. Another highlight of 1984 was a GAA centenary concert held in Cork Opera House on 7 October. The highlight of the post-Christmas season was Annie, which opened on 26 December in the Everyman Playhouse.
Select links below for further information.
|18 January||Last of the Red Hot Lovers||Everyman Playhouse|
|20 February||Absurd Person Singular||Cork Opera House|
|20 February||Would the Real Judy Garland please....||Ivernia Theatre|
|27 February||Mr Gilbert & Mr Sullivan||Everyman Playhouse|
|21 May||Séadna||Everyman Playhouse|
|23 August||Summer Revels '84||Cork Opera House|
|5 September||Semi Private||Everyman Playhouse|
|15 September||Come Back Paddy Reilly||Liss Ard House|
|30 October||The Gigli Concert||Everyman Playhouse|
|12 November||Little Women||Everyman Playhouse|
|21 November||Poker Session||Everyman Playhouse|
|5 December||Bell Book and Candle||Everyman Playhouse|
|6 December||Romeo and Juliet||Ashton secondary school Blackrock|
|26 December||Annie||Everyman Playhouse|