Frontline actors Amy Dunne and John Morton appear next week in the Pulp Injection Christmas Special. Two pulpy comedy radio plays performed by a live cast. The event takes place this coming Monday night December 3rd in The Workman’s Club, Dublin. Tickets can be bought here: https://bit.ly/2PdYPzu
Rory Mullen and Mark Tankersley on set of An Irish Crime Story. An Irish/ German co production between CAIRDE FILMS and GOODFRIENDS FILMPRODUKTION, this crime drama is currently being filmed in Connemara. It is being directed by Züli Aladagory.
Client Amy O’Dwyer heads to Galway for a Tiny Shows Residency at Branar.
Nothing like the space to plot, play and explore the seed of an idea with the support of Branar Téatar do Pháistí.
Airing on Tuesday 30th October on RTE, Juliette Crosbie will be featured in filmmaker Maurice O’Briens new documentary “The Abbey- A Riot Of Their Own”
Juliette is featured for her work in the one woman show, ‘Me, Sara’ last year. Written by Dylan Coburn Gray and directed by Amy Conroy, it toured for 3 months and was performed for thousands of school students in schools and theatres nationwide including The Peacock Theatre.
The show was part of the Priming The Canon programme which was designed to introduce Irish Canon plays through theatre in education and give many children their first experience of live theatre.
Photo by Ros Kavanagh
This evening Donncha O’Dea is finishing the sold out run of The Horrors in the Black Church. Presented by Morb as part of this year’s Bram Stoker Festival, the evening of three short horror plays by Peter Dunne, Lauren Shannon Jones and Stuart Roche was performed in the Chapel Royal at Dublin Castle.
The short film Two Cats featuring Frontline members Amy Dunne and John Morton, who also wrote and directed, premiered on Saturday at Kerry Film Festival as part of the Irish Shorts selection. It was subsequently shortlisted for Best Irish Short. You can watch the trailer for the film here: https://bit.ly/2J4Esi2