Frontline’s Amy Dunne will appear this week in Pulp Injection The 30th Anniversary Show Written & Directed by Peter McGann. Two pulpy comedy radio plays performed by a live cast. The event takes place this Tuesday night April 16th in the Workman’s Club, Dublin. Tickets can be bought Here
Check out Shane Whisker playing this nasty character in Fox Jaw’s music video for their new song “Madeline”. The song was released on 1st March. Congrats to Shane and all involved.
Frontline’s Amy Dunne is bringing her new self written one woman show Brew to Scene + Heard in Smock Alley Theatre this week. Brew is a new play written and performed by Amy and also directed by our own John Morton. It tells the story of a witch on the run from her coven who is desperate to reverse a particularly nasty spell. Brew will presented as a work in progress showing this Thursday at 7.45pm and Friday at 6.15pm alongside Black Eyed Dog by Desmond Eastwood. Get your tickets here: https://bit.ly/2EeLuQc
Frontline members Donncha O’Dea and Deborah Wiseman appear in the new horror podcast Petrified by Peter Dunne and Liam Geraghty which has been listed as one of the top 30 Podcasts of 2019 by Image.ie.
Frontline actor Áine Ní Laoghaire will be performing as part of the Dáil 100 celebrations this weekend from the 19-21st at Leinster House. Tickets are free and available for performances in English and Irish. Aine will also be performing the Declaration Of Independence live on TV this coming Monday.
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.