By Marie Jones

Directed by Paddy Farrelly

Performed by Padraic McIntyre.

When Ulster Protestant, Kenneth McCallister finds himself on the football terraces for a crucial Northern Ireland v Republic of Ireland World Cup qualifying match, little does he know that his hum-drum life is about to change forever. This production of Marie Jones’ smash-hit one-man show, A Night in November features

Padraic McIntyre playing the part of Kenneth, a protestant dole clerk on a search for his own identity. As Kenneth deals with his crisis through

A series of monologues and soliloquies we meet numerous other characters all played by the one actor.

By the end of the play Kenneth travels to New York to support Jack’s Army in the World Cup and comes to terms with his identity as an Irish Protestant.

'I am a free man, I am a Protestant man, I am an Irish man'

Jones’ enduringly humorous and challenging play is both uncomfortable and compelling as it lays bare the issues of Protestant identity

In the 1990’s. The passionate and often hilarious show has enjoyed productions all over the world including the West End and


'McIntyre is magnificent in outstanding production' Anglo Celt

'This is one hell of a show, don’t miss it.' Anglo Celt.