Running from Thursday, November 22 to Sunday, November 25, it promises to be four great nights of acting, singing, boxing and monster bingo, creating funds to go towards some of the extra expense encountered in running the senior football team. The team also intends to make a significant donation to the Cormac Trust.The action will kick off on Thursday night when the very successful Borderline Players bring their hugely successful play "Cash on Delivery" to the marquee located in the Brewster Park complex for a final showing.
The play has sold out all its previous venues so this is a last chance to see this laugh a minute play before the Borderline Players start work on their new production.
The production is directed by Siobhan O'Brien and then group is renowned for their annual full length comedies and pantomimes.
The cast comprises of familiar Borderline faces. Patrick Duggan is cast as the beleaguered Eric Swan, while Frances McGloin is his suspicious wife Linda.
Joseph Walsh takes the part of lodger Norman Bassett while Nicole Beaumont is his fiancé, Brenda Dickson. Teresa McLoughlin takes on the mantle of psychologist Dr Chapman, Geraldine Britton is cast as DSS Inspector Gina Jenkins, with director Siobhan O'Brien doubling up on her workload in the part of Ms Cowper.
Eleanor Gallagher and Donal Monaghan are added to the mix as Sally Chessington and Mr Forbright - the undertaker. Joining the group in what is his first stage role, Terry O'Connell stars as Uncle George who is very much tied up with his devious nephew's schemes.
Friday night at the Brawl will see the in-demand Nathan Carter entertaining the crowds On Saturday, November 24 there will be The Brewster Brawl, a boxing event with current players, past players, county board officials and inter county stars. The weekend will finish on Sunday afternoon with a massive Monster Bingo with £5,000 of prizes.