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The Roaring Banshees

Cover your ears, The Roaring Banshees who include Frontline Clients Amy Dunne and Aine Ni Laoghaire are about to howl…
 
Devious Theatre bring you a gun slinging, barn burning, bootlegging, coddle cooking, tan slaying, bullet riddling, body burying, bloodcurdling squadron of trigger happy harpies have just landed in the Windy City straight from the old sod.
 
They’ll send you out screaming.
The Watergate Theatre, August 1st-3rd. Tickets: Here
Smock Alley Theatre, August 12th-31st. Tickets: Here

 

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“Daddy Issues” starring Juliette Crosbie now multi award winning short film

Delighted to hear that ‘Daddy Issues‘ short film starring Frontline member Juliette Crosbie is now a multi award winning short, having won Best Short Film at The Sunset Film Festival, Los Angeles, at the weekend.
The movie now embarks on a European Screening schedule with the SHORT To The Point Film Festival where it also picked up the Best Mini Short award at the beginning of the month!

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Amy Dunne and Áine Ní Laoghaire take to the stage in The Roaring Banshees

Frontline’s Amy Dunne and Áine NÍ Laoghaire will be appearing in The Roaring Banshees, Peter McGann and John Morton’s ripping yarn about a gang of Irish rebels taking on the Chicago underworld.

The show will run at The Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny from 1st-3rd August, click HERE to book.

It will then visit Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin from 12th-31st August, click HERE to book.

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Eoin Ó Dubhghaill makes his Abbey Theatre debut.

Eoin Ó Dubhghaill’s Abbey debut runs from 20th until the 25th of May! Following it’s sell-out run at the Galway International Arts Festival, BAOITE comes to the Peacock Stage this May. BAOITE by Darach Mac Con Iomaire is a co-production between An Taibhdhearc and the Abbey Theatre.

A fishing family leads a desperate fight to defend their coastal community from the imminent threat of offshore fracking – but as the constant pressure of campaigning mounts, hidden fractures appear in the once-solid clan, as lies, legacies, deceit and ultimate betrayal undermine the family and destroy the community.

Eoin plays Simon, a member of the family through his relationship with Cáit, and is buckling under the weight of his own dark secrets.

Ticket link HERE

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Donncha O’Dea cast in The Twits!

We are delighted to announce that Donncha O’Dea has been cast as Mr Muggle Wump in The Mill production of Roald Dahl’s The Twits, adapted by David Wood and directed by Geoff O’Keeffe. Read more about the production HERE

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Amy Dunne appearing in Pulp Injection in Kilkenny

Frontline’s Amy Dunne will appear this week in Pulp Injection, written and directed by Peter McGannTwo pulpy comedy radio plays performed by a live cast. The event takes place this Saturday May 18th and Sunday May 19th at Cleere’s Theatre, Kilkenny Tickets can be bought HERE

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Áine Ní Laoghaire and Donncha O’Dea perform at The Mansion House

Frontline actors Áine Ní Laoghaire and Donncha O’Dea reprised their roles in Martina Devlin’s “What Would The Countess Say” in Dublin’s Mansion House on Sunday.

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Amy Dunne in Pulp Injection

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

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Shane Whisker in Fox Jaw Music Video

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.

 

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Amy Dunne in Brew

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