faceman Category Moderator
#46

Stagemad Theatre Present

"Blues In The Night"
Written by local playwright, Noel Kelly and directed by James Power.

naasrd Registered User
#47

Theatre Upstairs @ The Plough Abbey St re-opens next week with a world premiere of a new play.

"What's Left of The Flag" by acclaimed playwright Jimmy Murphy. Two Mossad agents, their Mission; to assassinate a Palestinian activist in Dublin. Yossi Amichai is about to discover a conscience is a luxury no agent can afford to have. (previews 12th / 13th April - World Premiere 14th April 1.10pm)

jorg Registered User
#48

In preparation for our performance of "Mauritius" by Theresa Rebeck at the All-Ireland finals in Athlone, we will stage a performance in Leixlip on Sun 25th of April. See attached poster and check out http://www.bradan.org/curr.html

DYT Registered User
#49

Comedy Giants come out to support Dublin Youth Theatre

When? Thursday April 29th.
Where? Crawdaddy Venue, PoD, Harcourt Street.

What? Stars of stage and screen, including 'Naked Camera' frontman PJ Gallagher, have pledged their support for DYT by taking to the stage en masse to offer us a night of laughs we won't forget. This A list line up are fired up to knock your socks off with a fast paced rollercoaster of belly laughs. It's comedy gold - and it's all in aid of Dublin Youth Theatre.

Tickets? E10 - book in advance @ www.eventelephant.com/dytcomedy

Can't make it but would like to leave a donation?
Sure! www.ammado.com/nonprofit/dublinyouththeatre

"This event is another example of Dublin Youth Theatre's commitment to offering Dubliner's a quality night out while raising much needed funds for the organisation. It also highlights the passion that artists in the wider cultural sector have for the youth theatre. We're incredibly grateful to these amazing comedians for pledging their support - no doubt it's going to be an amazing night!"
- Phillip McMahon, DYT Board Member

Mimesis Registered User
#50

Mimesis Theatre Company proudly presents "MORT", a novel written by Terry Pratchett and adapted for the stage by Stephen Briggs. It tells the story of a young, awkward man who struggles to find an apprenticeship suitable to his skills- or lack there of...until DEATH shows up and offers him a job. Ushering souls into the next world is not easy. Not easy at all...as MORT soon finds out.

"MORT" will be showing at Players Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin from 27th April- 1st May, 7.30pm nightly. Tickets ONLY 12euro (e10 with concession)

Tickets on sale at Players Theatre Box Office 01- 8962242

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Eilishr Registered User
#51

The Moat Club, Naas, an amateur drama group whose home is the Moat Theatre, is having something of a Brian Friel moment this year and is hosting a trio of Friel-related dramas.

We've already produced Translations (ran from 13th - 17th April) and on 11th May will be staging No Hay to Save in Brooklyn, a piece devised and directed by Anne Mekitarian, which takes some of Friel's female characters and revisits their most important speeches. First presented in 1990, No Hay has succesfully toured the USA, blew the critics away in the 1995 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was part of the Celtic Festival in Gothenburg, Sweden, in 1996. No Hay has been revived for the Friel Fest and will run for one night only, Tuesday 11th May at 8pm, in the Moat Club. It's a 90 minute show and there will be a reception afterwards with an opportunity to talk to the director and actors. Tickets (€10) from www.moattheatre.com or 045 883030.

Finally, to end the Friel Fest, we bring you Philadelphia, Here I Come! from Tuesday 15th to Saturday 19th June. Anne Mekitarian will be bringing her substantial experience of interpreting Friel to bear on this delightful play, definitely one of the classics of the Irish canon. Shows at 8pm nightly. Tickets (€15 and €12) from www.moattheatre.com or 045 883030.

If you've already seen our Translations, you can still benefit from the Friel Deal which is all 3 shows for €30. Amazing value, I know!

You can 'like' the Moat Club on Facebook, or check out our club website www.moatclub.com for what's happening, how to get involved and photos of our productions.

Alfla Registered User
#52

International Dublin Gay Theatre Festival presents

Billy Redden



Written & Directed by Alan Flanagan

Tickets €10/13/15
www.billyreddenplay.com

Meet Billy Redden. It’s 1971, he’s in his room, and all is (relatively) normal. That is until he’s visited by versions of himself, each from a separate time in his (apparently highly eventful) life. They’re all Billy, they’re all very different people, and they’re all too busy squabbling over how his life should turn out, to care if he should even have a say in it.

Playwright Alan Flanagan takes us on a journey as one boy discovers that in the face of medical marvels, back-stabbing soul mates, moonlighting drag queens, and brow furrowing time travel, being gay in 1971 is the least of his worries.

Cast:

Billy – Blayne Kelly
Red – Connor Hillman
Will – Killian Sheridan
Miss Kitty – Geoff O’Keeffe
Mr. Redden – Liam Burke

Written & Directed By Alan Flanagan
Produced By Sarah McLaughlin
Set Design By Alex Graham
Hair / Make-Up By Jaclyn Cooper

How to get there…. Take the Luas Red Line to Smithfield, Complex 2 opposite viewing Tower

Evening Shows May 10th-15th 9.30 pm
Afternoon Matinee May 15th 4.30 pm

faceman Category Moderator
#53

Boards.ie very own drama group, No Drama Theatre, are bringing our comedy improvisation show, Improvlova, to Kilkenny for the Fringe Festival in the Springhill Court Hotel on Friday June 4th. Tickets only a tenner. Choke Comedy Improv from Limerick will be performing on the Saturday and Sunday night and there will improv workshops running during the day.

deanopride1 Registered User
#54

Kettledrum Theatre presents. A new work." Wheels A Comic strip tale" a fast paced two hander full of twists and turns. 24th/25th June. Exchange Dublin. SEE YOU THERE

The Exchange is located just up from Temple Bar square
Exchange Dublin
Exchange Street Upper
Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
http://exchangedublin.ie/newsite/contact

Greenhills Registered User
#55

Greenhills Variety Group are currently in rehearsal for their next production which is 'The Wedding Singer'. It will run in The Civic Theatre, Tallaght from
July 5th to July 10th - Nightly at 8pm

Ticket Prices
July 5th Preview Night €15 / July 6th - July 10th €20

Box Office is 01 4627477 - NOW OPEN

The Wedding Singer is a young vibrant show with very energetic singing & dancing. Its a real funny show with great flashbacks to the 80's!! Go on get your tickets booked for a great night out!!

PS: Can anyone tell me how I get the image to appear in the post rather than as an attachment?
Thanks!

P_Hughes Registered User
#56

Hey guys,
Thought you might be interested. A group of university students around Dublin have devised a new play called "Oh...Babe!", being performed at 3pm on 5th & 6th of July at The Bernard Shaw pub, free entry, suitable 12+. Very cool, sexy, rock play based on modern rock music.

Hope you can come.

hayser Registered User
#57

is on in the Civic Theatre, Tallaght. The tickets are 20 and it's on until this Friday 9th of July. It's a great show. My sister is one of the back up dancers and if I do say so myself she's great

deanopride1 Registered User
#58

KettleDrum Theatre presents

a self-penned new production 'Wheels: A Comic Strip Tale', directed by Carmel McCreagh.

A pacey two hander. A rollercoaster full of twists and turns.

"Mikey uses speed to escape the past, Sheena uses Mikey to escape her family."


Sheena played by Sarah Gallagher

Mikey played by Deano Brown

Thanks to all who came and supported us for our last performances.

This time we will be celebrating Bray Summerfest, we will be on the Sea Front for two days;

Friday 16th and

Saturday 17th of July, starting at 6.30pm.

Tickets 5 euro, can be purchased on the door!

Bateman Forever Registered User
#59

Producer sought for upcoming theatre production company based in Dublin.

The job itself will entail of such work as;

Publicity/Promotion of shows.
Arranging auditions/rehearsals for actors.
Negotiations with theatres/theatre management.
Hiring and firing of staff (make-up/costumes/production/design/lighting managers).
Fundraising.

If any of the above appeals to you, and you feel like this may be an area of interest and benefit, don't hesitate in contacting us.
You don't have to have had any experience/education in the world of theatre (though it would be a plus), but rather be willing and ready to come and work (it's really alot of fun!!!).

As we are only a small company (with ALOT of ambition!), we will not be able to offer any pay for your services (in the short term!), but this is an area of the entertainment industry that is impossible to get experience without experience, and with us you'll gain plenty.

We would ask only ages 18+ apply, and that potential candidates send us their CV or relevant experience to date.

Contact us by email: notearsproductions@gmail.com

Fiftysix Registered User
#60

National Youth Musical Theatre is proud to present the Irish premiere of "Spring Awakening." John Donnelly, who directed the Broadway smash RENT at The Helix and The Olympia in 2009, returns with this groundbreaking new musical. Winner of 8 Tony Awards on Broadway, including Best Musical, Spring Awakening launched the careers of "Glee" stars Lea Michele and Jonathan Groff. The London production won the 2010 West End Musical of the Year - Spring Awakening has thrilled audiences and critics alike all over the world. Set in 1890's Germany, but with a modern feel and a rock soundtrack, Spring Awakening is like nothing you've ever seen before. Featuring a cast of some of the most talented young performers in Ireland, you can't afford to miss this spectacular show!

Spring Awakening runs from the 16th to the 25th September 2010 at The Helix, DCU. Tickets on sale now priced at €20 from The Helix box office at (01) 700 7000 or visit www.thehelix.ie. There are a limited number of on-stage seats available for every performance for just €15.

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