From February 16 -28 Geraldine is directing Orphans By Lyle Kessler at The New Theatre.
John will be appearing in Romeo and Juliet at the Gate Theatre from Thursday the 26th of March
Donncha will be playing the role of Sanctimonious in I Keano at the Olympia Theatre from the 25th of March to the 12 of April.
Catch Danny playing Tony Power in new Irish soap Red Rock on TV3
Geraldine McAlinden is currently filming Jim Sheridan’s The Secret Scripture based on the award winning Novel by Sebastian Barry. It also features Vanessa Redgrave, Rooney Mara, Jack Reynor, Theo James, Eric Banner and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor. The film is due for release later this year.
Mavericks, written by Rebecca Grimes and David Farrell and featuring Rebecca and David Fennelly will run at Bewleys Café Theatre from 26th Jan- 14th Feb. Don’t miss your second chance to catch this show the critics described as “irreverent, cheeky and madcap”. For bookings and more info see here
Here’s what tn2 had to say about Terminus, which featured the very talented Deborah Wiseman.
“This young theatre company gave Mark O’Rowe’s text a new lease of grimy life, turning the heavenly Boys School space at Smock Alley into the dingiest hole in Dublin city for a couple of hours each night. Stephen Murray in particular handled Terminus’ tongue-twisting verse with greasy ease, and the trio’s performance was an uncanny kind of entertainment.
Rebecca Grimes has joined the cast of Irelands longest running soap Fair City. Keep an eye out for Rebecca as Hayley Collins this January!
AC Productions Timon of Athens at Project Arts Centre featuring Deborah Wiseman has been hailed as one of Emer O Kellys theatre highlights of 2014!
Emer called it “admirably authentic and relevant”.
Positive Discrimination (2015) is a short film written and directed by Charlo Johnson, about an altruistic college student who receives unlikely advice from an elderly gentleman who has an unconventional perspective on life.
The official trailer portrays Joe (Liam Burke) who is helped by passers by on the streets of Dublin before retiring to his inner city bedsit. He is visited by a local volunteer (Róisín O’Donovan) who provides financial assistance, while Joe explains that he spends his money reminding himself of ‘the good old days’.