The Rise and Fall of Little Voice to feature for College Players

Jean McGlynn, who plays Little Voice, Mayor Michael Sheahan and Roisin Meaney, author at the College Players' launch. Picture: Gareth Williams
JIM Cartwright’s modern day fairy tale The Rise and Fall of Little Voice will be the College Players’ annual production.

JIM Cartwright’s modern day fairy tale The Rise and Fall of Little Voice will be the College Players’ annual production.

The company, who produced the excellent Lend Me A Tenor last year, return with the Laurence Olivier and Evening Standard award winning comedic play, telling the story of a shy reclusive girl and her larger than life mother.

An inspirational story about a painfully shy girl who shines when singing the songs of great divas features the wonderful Jean McGlynn, Mary O’Sullivan, Brian McNamara, Rebecca Murphy, Nigel Dugdale and Dave Griffin, under the direction of Michael Finneran, running from November 11-15. Booking at the Lime Tree Theatre.