Frontline’s Aine Ni Laoghaire, voices Shauzia, in the Irish language version of Cartoon Saloon’s Oscar nominated The Breadwinner. “An Saothraí” premieres at the IFI on the 29th of May and will be in cinemas nationwide. Tickets are available here
Our clients Emer Casey and Aine Ni Laoghaire will be appearing together in Alice Malseed’s acclaimed show It’s Getting Harder And Harder For Me at The Mac on May 3rd and 4th. The show, which was a hit at last years Dublin Fringe, is directed by Sarah Baxter. Aine recently spoke to the Irish Times Weekend magazine about her training regime. You can get tickets for the show right here.
Locus Of Control, a new Irish feature film starring Frontline’s John Morton screens on March 7th at 8.15pm in Filmbase as part of the Silk Road Film Festival. The film is a dark comedy about decision and control as a floundering stand-up comedian reluctantly takes a teaching job and struggles to make sense of his slowly unraveling life. Check out the trailer for the film here.
Best of luck to all the Frontline actors who are appearing in shows as part of the new work festival Scene + Heard in Smock Alley Theatre at the moment.
Jack Mullarkey, Aron Hegarty, Shane Whisker, Madi O’Carroll and John Morton are all appearing in shows over the course of the three week run. You can check out the full programme here.
Scene + Heard Festival runs at Smock Alley Theatre from 14th February- 3rd March.
Dont miss Frontline Clients Aron Hegarty in Buachaill Buí and Catriona and Cathal Cuig, and Jack Mullarkey in Acronumb.
For more details check out the Scene + Heard Program on the Smock Alley Website.
Donncha O’Dea is starring in F.A.T.D.A.D. by Anthony Goulding at The Complex. playing the part of Donegal, a conservative head master of an inner city Dublin school in 1981. F.A.T.D.A.D. runs from 15th to 25th February 2018 and more information can be found here: http://thecomplex.ie/uncategorized/f-a-t-d-a-d-by-anthony-goulding-a-world-premiere/
Don’t forget you can catch our own Amy O’Dwyer on The Today Show with Maura and Daithi on the RTÉ player. She chats about her dramatic exit from Fair City, her Base Camp adventure and what’s next.
Our own Emer Casey will be part of the cast of Collapsing Horse‘s Christmas Science Fiction Hour this weekend. She writes:
“Delira and excira to be part of Collapsing Horse’s Christmas Science Fiction Hour this Saturday (16th) in the Project! Working with a feast of fab peeps – Paul Reid, Sophie Jo Wasson, Maeve O’Mahony & John Doran. Will I be able to keep a straight face? Will you? Will anyone?”
It promises to be a Christmas cracker of a night. Check out all details on the event page here.