Dry Rot

One of the most successful farces that has appeared in London. It deals with a crazy but very likeable gang of bookies who, in order to be near the racecource, are staying at a country hotel run by a retired colonel and his wife and daughter. Secret rooms, sliding panels, mistaken identity and a nice little bit of romance are some of the main ingredients of this very racy and slick farce which never lets up for a moment and provides some of the best possible entertainment around.

Playwright : John Chapman

First Performed : Drama Circuit , February/March 2003

Most Recent Performance : 2003

Cast :

John Joe Moran :     Padriag O’Connell
Mona:                     Ruth O’Driscoll

Crew :

Producer/Director:            Philip Cribbin
Stage Manager:                Carmel Kenny
Set Design :                     John Fahy, Tony Broderick, John Whelan, Mick O’Dwyer, Simon Kavanagh, John Heneghan