Come See The Adams Family Show In Downpatrick

St Patrick's Choral Society present The Addams Family At St Patrick's Grammar School

St Patrick’s Choral Society present The Addams Family At St Patrick’s Grammar School

The St Patrick’s Choral Society are tonight 7.30pm and on Saturday 2.00pm only presenting their spooktacular production of The Addams Family, based on the top TV show hit.

Celebrating its sixty years of shows, the popular St Patrick’s Choral Society has once again put together a terrific show with a definite spine chilling Halloween atmosphere.

Jordan Rosborough playing Morticia and Sean Harkin as Gomez are the ‘life an soul’ of The Adams Family show performed by the St Patrick’s Choral Society. (Photos by Jim Masson/Down News).

The show was intended to take place in the Great Hall at the Downshire Estate but owing to a technical issue, it has been moved to St Patrick’s Grammar School main hall.

View 65 images by Jim Masson from the dress rehearsal

Come along and meet some scary characters in this musical rendition. The lead husband and wife, Gomez and Morticia, played by Sean Harkin and Jordan Rosborough are an excellent combination on stage and the plot thickens when Gomez just has to tell a lie… or two.

They are all there, Uncle Fester, the Grannie, Lurch and Jordan, and the many ghosts and ghouls, all waiting to entertain you.

It will definitely be a very entertaining performance with music, quick-fire humour, great make-up and costumes and slick on-stage dancing. This show is definitely a quality production.

Ghostly characters from The Addams Family show.

The Chairperson of the St Patrick’s Choral Society, Anne Millar, said: “The cast have worked very hard on this special performance. We are celebrating our sixtieth year.

“It is really great to see so many young people coming forward and getting involved in shows.

“I hope everyone enjoys this polished, spooktacular extravaganza. It has been great fun for the backroom team and those up front and I would just like to thank everyone who is involved.”

Tickets can be bought for £18.00 for Friday 28th October plus booking fee online at:

There are also concessions for £12.00 for children and senior citizens.

You can also call up to the show and pay at the door.

Note, there is not show on Sunday!.

Performances start at 7.30pm.


And remember, when you are walking home in the dark, just watch out behind you…