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The New Electric Ballroom affirms Mr. Walsh’s growing reputation as a contender to take his place in the long, distinguished line of great Irish playwrights.”- The New York Times­

"[Walsh is] a wonderful write­r and he lays down words with more joyous clatter than anyone else currently writing in the theatre"
- The Independent­

Druid Ireland’s The New Electric Ballroom, Enda Walsh’s “most intoxicating and original piece of writing.” (Charles Isherwood, The New York Times) is a companion piece to The Walworth Farce, which made its American Premiere at St. Ann’s Warehouse in April 2008. One of Ireland’s freshest new voices, Enda has been proclaimed “that explosively brilliant of modern Irish stage poets” (The Scotsman) who unleashes the power of storytelling and­ everyday mythologizing. The story unfolds in a small fishing town on the west coast of Ireland, where, night after night, two aging sisters re-enact a night in the early ‘60s with a seductive rock singer at the New Electric Ballroom.  On this particular night, enter Patsy, the fish monger…

Photo by Toni Wilkinson



WED NOV 11 | An Irish Night Out

St. Ann’s Circle Members ($1,300 +) will revel in an exciting night of storytelling, merriment, and good ole fashion Irish whiskey with the cast of
The New Electric Ballroom

VOICES ON: Post-show Discussion
SUN NOV 8 | Beatlemania Irish Style: The Showband Era

Beginning in the late ‘50s, a phenomena swept Ireland turning Irish Society on its ear, galvanizing its youth and ushering in a period of social liberation. All ignited by rock ‘n roll shows in ballrooms throughout the country. If England and America had the Beatles, Ireland had its Showbands.

Belinda McKeon, Journalist, The Irish Times
Rebecca Miller, Associate Professor of Music, Hampshire College
Turlough McConnell, Irish America Magazine
Rosaleen Linehan and Michael Murfi, Cast,
The New Electric Ballroom