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The Determinator

WRITTEN BY JOHN McMANUS & PERFORMED BY CHARLIE McGUINNESS

Show-The Determinator | Corn Mill Theatre Group

25

January

The Determinator

Herbie Hoctor has just been trying to keep his head above water like any other halfway civilized human being but it's difficult to keep going when your landlord has given you notice to quit; when your nemesis and neighbour is threatening you with the Guards; when you've been fired from your job for refusing to sing the Happy Birthday song; when there's a dead body lying under your bedroom floor and - worst of all - when you've just discovered that your ex-girlfriend, the love of your life, your soulmate, your sweet little heart's desire, your pretty little nasturtium... is getting married... tomorrow... in New York City beyond in America country...

Charlie McGuinness

Charlie McGuinness is a writer, actor and director originally from Carrigallen Co. Leitrim. He has acted and directed many productions for Seamus O'Rourke's Big Guerrilla Productions. Acting in Victor's Dung 2015 and Dig 2014 which toured Ireland extensively and Scotland. In 2020 he acted in a touring production of An Ogeous Brose by John McManus with Big Guerrilla Productions. He has also acted in many productions for Philip Doherty's Gonzo Theatre such as the children's plays Charlie and the Big Friendly Twits and Hansel and Gretel both adapted for stage by Philip Doherty. Film features include: The Diamond Boutique by Philip Doherty which won the 2015 Clones Film Festival and a lead role in No Party for Billy Burns by Padraig Conaty which premiered at the Galway Film Fleadh 2017.

Show Time & Tickets

Show begins at 8pm sharp. Doors will be open a half an hour before the advertised starting time. Please arrive a minimum of 15 minutes before the show commences. Latecomers will not be admitted. Please print off your ticket or display it on your phone and present it at the Box Office on the night of the performance.

06

May

Private: The Determinator

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