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Anyone Could Rob A Bank

The Benevolent Irish Society will present the play Anyone Could Rob A Bank by Irish playwright Thomas Coffey this month at the Irish Cultural Centre in Charlottetown. Performances run March 22–24 and 26–28 at 7:30 pm. In this music-hall style farce, directed by Paul Whelan, three men—Badger, Jerreen and Windy—discuss how easy it would be to rob the local bank and come up with the perfect plan. When they wake up to the news that the local bank has been robbed using their plan, they begin to suspect each other. Audience members won’t believe the mayhem until they meet gruff Badger, his wife Sarah, and their daughter Noreen who has a crush on the local sergeant. Then there is Mickey, who aspires to be a boxer, and Tony, the dapper businessman. It all comes out in the end (with a surprising result), but not before there is a lot of mix-ups and hilarious moments. Visit locarius.io for tickets.


March 22
7:30 pm
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Irish Hall
582 North River Rd
Charlottetown, PE C1E 1K1 Canada
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