‘The Good Doctor’ was just the cure for audiences
There was a full house last Friday for the last night of ‘The Good Doctor’ by Neil Simon.
The play was presented by amateur drama group Martello Productions, and took place in Rathmichael Parish School.
The show ran over three nights, and was a roaring success.
The play was inspired by prolific Russian playwright Anton Checkhov and included a delightful musical score.
Set in Russia at the turn of the last centurey, the play weaves a variety of amusing and bittersweet tales.
Martello Productions, based in Shankill, have been performing for over 40 years and run two to three productions each year.
Declan Vincent Ryan as Anton Chekov with (from left) Sandra Mullen, Kate Delaney Dowling, Andrew Scales, Colm Kearns, Charlotte Keating, Deirdre Malone, Paul Conlon and Pat Malone.