Here’s the first episode of Fix Me, a new webcom from our own Tom Moran, also starring Frontline’s Geraldine McAlinden. Check it out.
Tom Moran has just launched the trailer for his new webcom Fix Me.
Fix Me is a four part original web series created by Tom. It focuses on a young man attending therapy for the first time in an attempt to navigate the maze that is young adulthood. It also features Frontline’s Geraldine McAlinden. Take a look at the trailer for the show here:
John Doran has been announced as part of the cast for the forthcoming production The Water Orchard by Collapsing Horse. He will be joined in the cast by Peter Corboy, Breffni Holahan and Rachel Gleeson. The production is written and directed by Eoghan Quinn.
It plays Project Arts Centre from July 18th to 29th. For more info check it out here.
An Crann (2015) 15’14” Award winning short film directed by Emma Carlson can be seen tonight at 12.05am on RTE2.
A married couple in Donegal contemplate revenge after a mysterious new neighbour fells their tree. Starring Nichola MacEvilly, Bairbre NiChaoimh and Liam Burke.
Based on the poem ‘An Crann’ by Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill.
For more info see here
Frontline members Geraldine McAlinden, Sharon Coade and Juliette Crosbie are about to start filming the new Filmbase feature film Writing Home this coming week. Filming is due to start in Carlingford this coming Tuesday. The film also stars well known stand-up comedian Tony Kelly and Caoimhe O’Malley. The film is aiming to premiere at this years Galway Film Fleadh. You can read more about the film here.
This weekend saw the general release of Jim Sheridan’s ‘The Secret Scripture’. With Frontline’s Geraldine McAlinden playing the role of Sister Mary Bernadette.
Check it out at a cinema near you!
Nichola MacEvilly joins a brilliant line up of musicians for a very special tribute celebration produced by the Hawks Well Theatre for legendary artists David Bowie, Leonard Cohen and Prince on April 7th.
Tickets are sold out so an extra date has been added on April 6th.
Áine Ní Laoghaire has just completed 2 weeks of research and development on a new Theatre for Young audiences piece, with the support of Cork City Council and Theatre Development Centre Cork.
Directed by Sarah Baxter, the piece will look at the relationship between an elderly neighbour and a shy young girl, whose shared love of music and dancing brings them together.