“Hilarious comedy ‘pulls in’ the crowds at Clonmel’s new theatrical venue” – read the Clonmel Nationalist review HERE

“Kept a rapt audience laughing and entertained” – read the Carlow Nationalist review HERE

 Host The Pull in your club HERE

 

Ferbane-Belmont Minor GAA club, Co. Offaly

A great night’s entertainment, a great laugh. Anyone who is in to GAA will really enjoy it.

Martina Grehan, Ferbane-Belmont Minor GAA

 

Shannon Gaels GAA club, Co. Roscommon

On behalf of Shannon Gaels, Co. Roscommon, I would like to congratulate Half Solid Productions on their staging of The Pull in Carrick-on-Shannon. It was a thoroughly enjoyable night and was carried out in a very professional, but also friendly, manner by all concerned. It turned out to be a very good fundraiser and the large crowd enjoyed the sharp, witty humour, especially the moments of audience participation. Thank you for a great night.

Sean Murtagh, Shannon Gaels GAA

Through the chair, we would highly recommend The Pull. The talent and energy of the guys in Half Solid productions is second to none. If you are looking at a novel way of having a fundraiser: 1. Run with ‘The Pull’ as your fundraiser but 2. Try to learn from the lessons of Ballybore GAA. Well done to all concerned.

James Deane,  PRO,  Shannon Gaels


Caherlistrane GAA club, Co. Galway

Thanks to everyone in Half Solid Productions for a great night’s entertainment with The Pull here in Caherlistrane GAA Club. You put on a high-energy show with a mix of seriousness and comedy, that had even the smallest of details covered. In particular, anyone who has ever had a role in their local GAA club could relate to the characters you portrayed to a tee, whilst those who haven’t now know what goes on!. This was a unique evening for the club to host and doubled up as a very beneficial fundraiser. Best of luck with the rest of the run and you are welcome back to Caherlistrane any time.

Brendan Marrinan, PRO, Caherlistrane GAA

Knockaderry GAA club, Co. Limerick

We had a big turnout for The Pull in Knockaderry – and everyone really enjoyed it. If you’ve ever been to a GAA meeting, you’ll enjoy it: and, even if you haven’t, you will still recognise the characters from your local community. John and Liam brought us on a very entertaining journey without us ever leaving our seats (well, most of us anyway!) See this show if you can.

Mike McMahon, Knockaderry GAA Bord na nOg

 Ballinrobe GAA club, Co. Mayo

The Pull was a nice fund-raiser for our club on December 28th, 2012. People from a wide radius attended the show. As it featured one of our own (Liam Horan is a member of our club and our current secretary) there was great local interest – particularly as the original Pull was a truck pull we did in summer 2011 as a club fund-raiser. We are still negotiating with Liam on the thorny issue of royalties from this tour! A great night, good for club funds, and a fun night out for club members too.

Alan Flannery, chairman, Ballinrobe GAA

Kilmovee Shamrocks

We found the The Pull to be a wonderful fundraising option for our club. It was a very enjoyable night and suitable for all the family.

John Roddy, Kilmovee Shamrocks