Deborah Timon

Deborah Wiseman receiving special mention in reviews for Timon of Athens

We are delighted that Deborah Wiseman has received such great reviews for her role in AC Productions Timon of Athens.
The show is finishing up this Saturday 19th July. For tickets and more information see here
See below for a snippet of some of these reviews

AC Productions have a well-merited reputation for intelligent, talented presentation of significant plays, and producing them with high, if economical, production values. Their current production of Timon of Athens at Project in Dublin can only enhance this reputation: it may well, indeed, be the star in their firmament… with accomplished, truly Shakespearean performances throughout from Deborah Wiseman. The Sunday Independent

..while Kealyn and Deborah Wiseman deliver commendable performances. Sunday Times

Eilis O’Donnell as the faithful servant and Deborah Wiseman in various roles are particularly impressive The Mail on Sunday

RoryMullen

Rory in 72 Hour Film Project

Rory is currently shooting the feature THE CONFUSION OF TONGUES in Birmingham. It is a Grand Independent production directed by James Fair. Cast includes Kate O Toole, Ewan MacIntosh, Gemma Atkinson and Sadie Frost. It is a 72 hour film project. It will be filmed, edited and screened in 72 hours!

Cabaret

DONNCHA O’DEA CAST IN CABARET

Frontline Actors Agency are delighted to announce that Donncha O’Dea will be joining the cast of Cabaret in the role of Ernst Ludwig. Cabaret is a Bruiser Theatre Company/The Mac Co-production and will run at The Mac, Belfast from 16th September- 5th October. For tickets and more information see here

Amy O'Dwyer

Interview with Amy O’Dwyer about The Last Five Years at Project Arts Centre

Click here to read an interview with Amy O’Dwyer about her company’s current production of The Last Five Years. The Last five years in currently running at Project Arts Centre until Saturday 28th , including a matinee on Saturday at 3pm

Timon of Athens

Deborah Wiseman in Timon of Athens

Deborah will be appearing in AC Productions Timon of Athens at Project Arts Centre from 4th-19th July. For booking and more information see here

Deeds of Deceit

Deirdre Monaghan in Deeds of Deceit at Dublin Castle

Deeds of Deceit is a new play, commissioned by Dublin Castle and OPW. It is written by Matthew Ralli and will be staged in Chapel Royal of Dublin Castle, 3rd-6th July at 7.30pm. Tickets can be booked here

The Last Five Years

Amy O’Dwyer in The Last Five Years at Project Arts Centre

Don’t miss Amy in The Last Five Years, running at Project Arts Centre until 28th July only! For booking and more information see here

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The Bachelor of Kilkish

Following a hugely succesful run at The Lime Tree Theatre, Limerick, The Bachelor of Kilkish featuring Deirdre Monaghan heads on tour to the seaside town of Kilkee this Thursday and Friday (June 19-20) at Cultúrlann Sweeney in the heart of the town. Booking can be made in advance by calling their box office at 065 906 0769.
The show then returns to county Limerick for the last stop of their brief ‘Limerick City of Culture on tour’ with two nights at Friars’ Gate Theatre in Kilmallock. Tickets can be reserved by calling the theatre on 063 98727.

Tactics

Tactics starring Kieran Roche currently running at Theatre Upstairs

Sickle Moon Productions presents Tactics – a new play bu Jeda De Brí and Finbarr Doyle. Featuring our own Kieran Roche. Running at Theatre Upstairs from June 17th-28th.For more information visit Theatre Upstairs website here

Zelda Ballet

The reviews are in for Zelda at Theatre Upstairs

The reviews are in for Zelda at Theatre Upstairs featuring Sharon Coade. Here’s what Emer O’Kelly had to say about it.
Eddie Naughton has written an illuminating play, ‘Zelda’, on her troubled life, the text drawn from much of her own writing; the intelligence, the pain, and the desperation of the people with whom she and Scott surrounded themselves are all there.”
“Sharon Coade plays Zelda with heart-wrenching conviction in a performance filled with variety, moving smoothly from pathos to sad spite and piteous insecurity. She is directed by Sarah Finlay in a set by Aoife Fealy, beautifully lit by Eoghan Carrick.”

Read some more reviews below and don’t miss this truly beautiful show, running until June 14th at Theatre Upstairs. (Photo: Ste Murray. www.ste.ie)

Le Cool Review

Red Curtain Review

Meg.ie Review

No More Workhorse Review