Maggie's Feg Run
Maggie Muff is back in the highly-anticipated sequel to '50 Shades of Red White and Blue' and 'Dirty Dancin' in le Shebeen'. This is the one you've all been waiting for, where Maggie and Big Sally-Ann are on top form as they head to Benidorm on an all-important 'Feg Run'.
In other words, you're guaranteed a geg. What with Billy Scriven getting someone up the duff, and Igor the dogger being caught out having ten kids and a wife, the chums are more than in need of a holiday.
Sun, sea, and sticky Vicky – what more could you want? It turns out to be a holiday the gang will never forget. Imagine a dive on a pedalo (and not into the sea), a slider from the poke man (not of the ice-cream variety) and some nudists from Rathcoole that have Big Sally-Ann in a tizzy - and you'll never guess who makes an appearance at the all-inclusive breakfast buffet!
'Maggie's Feg Run' is the grand finale in the Maggie Muff trilogy, from best-selling author and playwright Leesa Harker, directed by Andrea Montgomery, and starring the critically acclaimed Caroline Curran.
BookingTo book your tickets, please visit www.themaclive.com
Directions to The MAC
The MAC is in Saint Anne's Square (right behind St. Anne's Cathedral and beside the University of Ulster) in Belfast's bustling Cathedral Quarter. Our main entrance is off the square, but you can also pop in via Exchange Street West. We're just a short walk from the centre of Belfast and easy to reach, whatever mode of transport you use. By foot: View the MAC Map - themaclive.com/visiting-the-mac/location By car: You can park securely at Saint Anne's Square multi-storey car park, which is on Edward Street right beside the MAC. The car park is open 24 hours. By bus: The nearest bus stop is at the University of Ulster, York Street. Services to this stop include the Airport Express 300 to Belfast International Airport. By train: Great Victoria Street or Central train stations are the handiest. Visit the Translink website for full public transport information for Belfast.