Tune in tomorrow 3rd December to see Geraldine McAlinden appearing in Red Rock on TV3
Nichola MacEvilly is set to take on the role of ace sniper, suffragette and rebel Margaret Skinnider in Seven Women for RTE Television and Tile Films.
The story of seven out of over two hundred women who fought in the Easter Rising 1916.
Now there’s one wide awake feminist!
Molière’s The School for Wives, adapted and directed by Peter Reid returns to The New Theatre by popular demand from 16th-28th November.
Do not miss Deborah Wiseman in this hilarious show!
Playboy of the Western World
**** “A fascinating Production” Peter Crawley – The Irish Times
“Stellar performances by much of the cast including Fiona McGeown, who was impossible to take your eyes off whenever she was onstage” Martha Kearns – Sunday Business Post
“The shrewd Widow Quin played by the subtly superb Fiona McGeown” Chris McCormack – Musings in intermissions
“it is Fiona McGeown who steals the show with a staggering performance as Widow Quin” – Motley Magazine
Donncha O’Dea will be returning to The Gaiety Panto for the second year running for their production of Little Red Riding Hood and The Big Bad Wolf. Donncha will be playing the role of Mama Bear in the show directed by Daryn Crosbie. The show will run throughout December and January.
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!