The Boneyard Man to spook the Kasbah Social Club

The Boneyard Man director and actor Norma Lowney (kneeling) with a masked Kevin Kiely JR, Darren Maher and Karen Fitzgibbon in the first run of the radio play in Dr John's in October 2013. The play moves to the Kasbah this week
NORMA Lowney brings her popular radio play serial spoof show The Boneyard Man to the Kasbah Social Club this Thursday night, the first in a two night run this month and next for the zany alt-theatre show.

NORMA Lowney brings her popular radio play serial spoof show The Boneyard Man to the Kasbah Social Club this Thursday night, the first in a two night run this month and next for the zany alt-theatre show.

Lowney is joined again onstage by Karen Fitzgibbon, Kevin Kiely and Darren Maher - with music by David Irwin - for the stage show, written by Jayson McDonald.

The radio serial follows the humorous antics of Lepage Cranbrook, affluent socialite and amateur detective, who dons a skeleton mask at night to become The Boneyard Man, New York’s most terrifying crime-fighter.

Expect two new episodes in the series as the show pays homage to the radio dramas of the 1930s and 40s, which had a distinct noir style, replicated well in this piece.

Lowney first brought the show to the cosy confines of Dr John’s in October 2013 as part of the Limerick Arts Encounter programme, later moving to the Theatre at the Savoy series, and now moves to the Kasbah Social Club this Thursday and returning on March 26.