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.


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.


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.


Rory Mullen in The American Wake

Frontline’s Rory Mullen can be seen at this years Galway Film Fleadh in American Wake directed by Kevin Quinn in The Town Hall Theatre on Thursday July 12th at 10am.

The short film was shot in the Aran Islands last December. Here’s a look at the trailer.


Liam Burke in The Wake

The Wake which stars our client Liam Burke has been selected for San Diego Comic-Con as part of the Comic Con International independent Film Festival, which takes place 19th – 22th July. The Wake is set to screen on Saturday 20th of July.


John Morton in The Harvest

Frontline’s John Morton is currently appearing in The Harvest by Jane McCarthy in The New Theatre. The show has been getting rave reviews so far during its run.
“Morton has plenty of hidden depths as the small man Shane” – The Independent
‘A sparky tone is set with funny dialogue delivered with smooth timing…played with delicious awkwardness’
Sunday Times
‘[an] emotionally intricate play…that has an undercurrent of menace throughout.’
Mail on Sunday
The show ends Sunday June 23rd. You can get tickets right here.

Aine Ni Laoghaire in Oscar Nominated “The Breadwinner” Irish Version

Frontline’s Aine Ni Laoghaire, voices Shauzia, in the Irish language version of Cartoon Saloon’s Oscar nominated The Breadwinner. “An Saothraí” premieres at the IFI on the 29th of May and will be in cinemas nationwide. Tickets are available here


It’s Getting Harder And Harder For Me

Our clients Emer Casey and Aine Ni Laoghaire will be appearing together in Alice Malseed’s acclaimed show It’s Getting Harder And Harder For Me at The Mac on May 3rd and 4th. The show, which was a hit at last years Dublin Fringe, is directed by Sarah Baxter. Aine recently spoke to the Irish Times Weekend magazine about her training regime. You can get tickets for the show right here.


Juliette Crosbie in Norah

Juliette Crosbie is currently starring in Gerard Humphrey’s new play Norah which plays in The New Theatre from 9th to 20th of April before embarking on a national tour. Head on over to their website for more details.