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Half Light at The Ark starring Juliette Crosbie

Looking for something fun for all the family this week? Then don’t miss Half Light in The Ark this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 2pm.
This family-friendly,  award-winning show is suitable for all ages and stars our very own Juliette Crosbie.
Having just finished their penultimate performances of the national tour with critical acclaim, in Baboro Children’s festival 2018 , The Ark will be their last venue this year.
Be sure to catch this heartwarming and utterly delightful treat!
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Juliette Crosbie featuring in new Abbey Theatre Documentary

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

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Donncha O’Dea in The Horror’s in The Black Church


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.

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Sharon Coade in Mis-Conceptions at Smock Alley

Mis-Conceptions – a new play by Helen McNamara – if book clubs are your thing!
Sharon Coade will be playing the role of Arianna in this production directed by Niamh Cummins at Smock Alley Theatre from 7th November.
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Amy Dunne and John Morton in Two Cats

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

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Eimear Morrissey in Tinder – The Comedy

Our client Eimear Morrissey is currently appearing in Tinder – The Comedy at The Tivoli Theatre Dublin.
Eimear plays Maz, who along with her besties Shaz & Kaz, are swiping right in search or Mr. Right. Comedic, uplifting and all-too-real. Tinder: The Comedy tells the tale of three inseparable pals having the time of their lives every time they get together.
This show features banging tunes and a cleverly assembled multimedia backdrop. Watch the girls share the usual stories, dramas, and revelations from their school days as they navigate their Tinder life. For dates and more info visit: https://www.tivoli.ie/theatre/tinder
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Aine Ni Laoghaire in My Name Is Language

Our client Áine Ni Laoghaire performs tonight in the world premiere of Mein Name Ist Sprache created by Nicoline Van Harskamp, as part of the Steirischer herbst, one of the world’s leading multidisciplinary art festivals.

The Dublin premiere, My Name is Language, opens on the 13th of October, as part of the Dublin Theatre Festival​ and tickets are available here.

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Donncha O’Dea on The Next Stage

Our member Donncha O’Dea starts The Next Stage tomorrow. The Next Stage is an artist development programme run in partnership between Theatre Forum and Dublin Theatre Festival. Best of luck to Donncha over the next two weeks. Previous Frontline members to take part on The Next Stage include Aine Ni Laoghaire, Liam Burke, John Morton and Fiona McGeown.

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Frontline At Fringe

Lots of the Frontline team are working on shows as part of this years very exciting Dublin Fringe Festival line up.

Sweet Sensations

Sharon Coade and Amy Dunne both appear in this raucous new comedy set in a nursing home from Teri Fitzgerald. It runs September 18th to 22nd in Smock Alley Theatre. Tickets here.

Running + Walking In The Phoenix Park

John Morton appears in this meditative play about a man running for his life. It plays both weeks of the festival from September 12-14 and again from September 19-22nd in Project Arts Centre. Tickets here.

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Aine Ni Laoghaire is performing in the sharp, comedic new piece from Alice Malseed and Sarah Gordon. The show runs from September 17th to 22nd in Smock Alley Theatre. Tickets here.

My Dad’s Blind

Our own Donncha O’Dea is producing the new exciting work from Anna Shiels-McNamee. It runs from September 18th to 22nd in Project Arts Centre. Tickets here.

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The Shaughraun at Smock Alley

Three members of the Frontline team will be treading the boards this week in Smock Alley Theatre’s production of Dion Boucicault’s Irish classic The Shaugraun.

Aron Hegarty plays the unscrupulous Kinchella with Juliette Crosbie and Jack Mullarkey playing brother and sister Robert and Claire Ffolliott.

A comic caper with lots of heart and adventure, The Shaughraun runs from 31st July to 1st September in Smock Alley Theatre. You can grab your tickets right here.

Here’s a look at the trailer for the show.