Amy O’Dwyer will be appearing in Lockdown at The New Theatre from 5th-10th October. For more information see here.
Monday, 5th – Saturday, 10th October 2015 // 8.15pm
Loose End Studio
€16 & €12 concession.
From the moment I saw you I distrusted you’
In The Importance of Being Honest, Gwendolen and Cecily, Oscar Wilde’s most famous ladies, meet twenty years later and the barbs are still flying! 1913. High summer. An English country garden. Cecily Moncrieff is whiling her life away with rose-pruning and interpretative dance, when her eminently respectable sister-in-law, Gwendolen turns up on a surprise visit. Before long, these two old friends are battling it out, once more, over the tea and cake. This time it’s a struggle for whose is the right way of life, as the women face into a century of change and daunting new fashion trends. It’s a meeting of unexpected revelations with some great one-liners along the way!
A comedy of accusations, insults and worst of all, manners!
Stars Billie Traynor, Deirdre Monaghan and Karl O Neill
Written by Billie Traynor
Directed By Liam Halligan
Don’t miss Geraldine in RTE’s brand new interactive children’s TV series, Spooky Stakeout, begins at 4.30pm on RTE 2 this Friday October 2nd,
Check out this great review from The Irish Times for Remember to Breathe, Orla Murphys hit Fringe play featuring Getaldine McAlinden as “ebullient swimming instructor” Doreen!
Best of luck to Áine Ní Laoghaire who is in Galway this weekend after being chosen to work with Branar on their Tiny Shows project!
Áine Ní Laoghaire has been invited to perform with Amanda Coogan as part of DTF. World renowned performance artist Amanda, and the RHA gallery are having a retrospective of her work in association with Dublin Theatre Festival. Áine has been personally invited to perform her piece The Passing from the 30th Sep-4th Oct.
For more information see Amanda Coogans Website
Liam Burke will be appearing in Mother You by Louise White as part of the Tiger Dublin Fringe Festival 2015. The show will take place in Block B Cultural Space, Smithfield. This is a promenade style show so please dress appropriately. For tickets and more information see here
A documentary-drama about the making of the Dads Army Television series will begin filming in Northern Ireland this month. We are delighted to announce Amy O’Dwyer has been cast in this BBC NI production. Congratulations Amy!
We are delighted to announce Nichola MacEvilly has joined the cast of Ripper Street for a guest appearance in season 4. Nichola will join Matthew MacFayden in the Victorian era detective drama which is currently shooting in Dublin.