Le Cool, the weekly cultural and alternative event guide has given The Hunt For Red Willie starring Lisa Fox a rave recommendation. Read it here at Le Cool
The agency is delighted to welcome it’s newest member Nichola MacEvilly!
Nichola will appear in All Hell Lay Beneath for Sugarglass Theatre as part of Absolutfringe 2012, and will return to Blue Raincoat Theatre Company for The Poor Mouth in The Project Arts Centre in November 2012.
Rebecca is currently appearing in Shaws romantic comedy Village Wooing alongside Peter Gaynor at Bewleys Café Theatre. The show runs daily at lunchtime (1pm) until the 8th September, and then as the Dinner Theatre Experience nightly at 7pm from 11th-29th September.To book click here
To read a review from The Independent click here
Lisa Fox will be appearing in Exit Exitedly’s inaugural production of The Hunt for Red Willie at Smock Alley Theatre from 21st August- 1st September. Lisa is a co-founder of Exit Exitedly Theatre Company and will also be producing the show.
Click here for bookings
Sharon Mannion has been cast in Sky 1′s Moone Boy written by and starring Chris O’ Dowd.
Following on from their sold out performance at Feile na Bealtaine, Dingle, Co.Kerry-”Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me” is back for one night only in the Kilmainham Arts Festival, Sunday August 26th, @7pm in the Hilton, Inchicore Rd, Kilmainham.
Tickets €8 / €5 (email@example.com for bookings)
Sharon and Danny will be appearing in the hidden camera section of the New Zig and Zag’s Superbloopers (out soon on RTE 1, currently filming)
Danny is currently filming season 2 of Moone Boy. The series, written by and starring Chris O’Dowd will premier on Sky1 in September.
Chris Gallagher is currently in rehearsals for Carpet Theatre’s production of “Burning love” and “The Trick”, two tense theatrical thrillers from the infamous Grand Guignol Theatre of Horror of early 20th Century Paris
Quirky, ruthless and highly entertaining, these short plays adapted by novelist Mia Gallagher (Hellfire) and Carpet Theatre’s Ciarán Taylor reveal the forces that drive us to do the unthinkable
Runs from the 11th-15th of Sept at Smock Alley Theatre as part of the Dublin Fringe Festival 2012
We are delighted to announce that Bob Kelly has been cast in the role of James Vane in The Picture of Dorian Gray at The Abbey Theatre . The show will run from 27th September until 17th November.