- Exhibition at The MILL
- The Drama Students present The Milk of Human Kindness.A Romantic Comedy by Ian Wild Directed by Belinda Wild. Performances: May 2, 3, 4, 10, 11: Evening performances at 8pm. May 5 and 12: Matinee performances at 2pm. Tickets: 10e Venue: Kinsale College Amphitheatre. Bookings: 085 830 9359 Inspired by the economic and social chaos of Margaret Thatcher’s early years in power this production could not be more timely…… The Milk of Human Kindness, by Ian Wild. Gemma Collins, John Horgan and Richard Burton. May 2013. Photo by John Allen.- Two beggars pretend to be blind and end up getting VIP treatment in a 5 star hotel restaurant. Set in London in the 1980’s the play brings together the Haves and the Have-Nots in an orgy of misbehaviour, mischief, overeating and extreme kindness. Featuring a vindictive Vicar, a woman who distils poteen in a toilet and Queen Victoria as a blighted potato, the play is an indictment of people with hearts like dried peas and pound signs in their eyes- Wrap up warm, and visit Kinsale College’s unique amphitheatre to enjoy a night in a restaurant that will refresh even the most jaded theatrical palate. “Ambitious, funny and subversive.” Judy Friel, The Abbey Theatre.
- Cork College Progression Scheme Forms