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  • Registered Users Posts: 12,624 ✭✭✭✭ OldGoat

    (Posted with the kind permission of the mods)

    It's time again for the annual Burlesque Festival. From the 6th to the 9th with the main events on the Friday & Saturday nights.

    Hope to see some of ye there.

    I'm older than Minecraft goats.

  • Registered Users Posts: 5,597 ✭✭✭ Witchie

    If you are in the Monaghan area next weekend and fancy a laugh all for a good cause come check out the Monaghan Pink Ladies "It's a Funny Business" show. 2 one act comedy plays in one show on Friday and Saturday night.

    Get tickets and more information on

  • Registered Users Posts: 11,781 ✭✭✭✭ scudzilla

    This should be good, i'm in it


  • Registered Users Posts: 2 barnowlplayers

    Hi Folks,

    Festive theatre show in Kilkenny:


    Christmas comes to the Barn Theatre from 11 to 13 December as local drama group, Barn Owl Players, return to the stage with their popular annual “Christmas Crackers.” The group promises to wow audience members with their festive fare including songs, mulled wine and nibbles.

    In the shadow of a 14ft Christmas tree and a cabaret-style setting the actors will present offerings from Charles Dickens, Donal O’Kelly, Emily Dickenson and James Joyce amongst a feast of others. The evening is a must to get the Christmas spirits high.

    Christmas Crackers takes place in The Barn, Barnstorm Theatre Company, Church Lane (behind St Canice’s Cathedral) for three nights only 11-13 December. Tickets cost €12 (€10 concession) and includes wine and nibbles. For bookings contact 0567751266

  • Registered Users Posts: 118 ✭✭ jim-jam

    Cork Arts Theatre Youth Project presents

    by Stephen Karam and PJ Paparelli

    Wednesday 14th - Saturday 24th January (Excl. Sun 18th)

    At precisely 11:17am, April 20th 1999, a small town in Colorado was changed forever with the United States and the whole world watching. Two young men who 'were just like everybody else' walked into Columbine High School armed with almost 50 homemade bombs, 4 top range guns, 7 knives and a mission to create carnage.

    A play sparked by the infamous massacre at Columbine High School in Littleton, 'Columbinus' is a study into the psyche of American teenagers and parents alike which probes the psychological warfare of alienation, hostility and social pressure that goes on in high schools across America and asks the question...

    How many of those who died at Columbine were victims?

    This is the first production from the newly formed Cork Arts Theatre Youth Project and is also the Irish Premiére of 'Columbinus'.

    Starring: Alan Mooney, Liam Murphy, Leo Jeffs, Michael McLaughlin, Emma Gillivan, Shane Doonan, Jennifer O'Dowling and Gemma Collins.

    Directed by Eoghan Moloney. Lighting Design by Jamie Feehily.
    Stage Manager: Danielle Hayes.

    Tickets: Opening Week €10, €8 students and OAP.

    Second Week: €12, €10 students and OAP, Group rate: €8 for 10 or more.

    Bookings: 021-4505624


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  • Registered Users Posts: 69 ✭✭ KKMusicalSoc


    Kilkenny Musical Society’s highly anticipated 2015 production of the classic Stephen Sondheim musical masterpiece “Sweeney Todd – The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” will be performed from the 12th to 18th of April 2015 at 8pm nightly in the Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny.

    “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” is a musical by Stephen Sondheim based on the 1973 play of the same name. The musical was first produced in 1979 on Broadway where it won eight Tony awards including Best Musical and remains one of Sondheim's most beloved pieces.

    It tells the tale of London barber, Benjamin Barker. Torn from his family and exiled for 15 years on a miscarriage of justice, Barker returns home to a city as corrupt as when he left. Hell-bent on revenge after learning the agonizing fate of his wife and daughter, he assumes the guise of Sweeney Todd and takes up his razors to dish out a brutal recipe of justice with the help of the infatuated and enterprising meat pie maker Nellie Lovett.

    The society are delighted to welcome back director Christine Scarry in her second show with the society, after directing last year’s hugely successful award winning production of “Michael Collins – A Musical Drama”.
    Christine will direct a stellar cast that includes Kevin Reade and Sarah Brennan in the iconic roles of the tormented and vengeful barber - Sweeney Todd, and the entrepreneurial and amoral meat pie shop owner - Mrs. Lovett. They will be joined by David Doyle as Anthony - a naive young sailor - and Kevina Hayes as Johanna – Todd's long-lost daughter and Anthony’s love interest.

    Ciarán Dunphy plays the flamboyant Italian rival barber Adolfo Pirelli, with Adam O’Brien as Tobias Ragg - Pirelli’s downtrodden apprentice.
    The lecherous Judge Turpin will be played by Fergal Millar, while Alan Grant will play Beadle Bamford - a pompous public official who is deeply loyal to the corrupt Turpin. Delia Larkin will play The Beggar Woman - a deranged and schizophrenic woman who harbours a dark, surprising secret.

    This magnificent cast will be supported by a 12 piece orchestra, a chorus of nearly 50, and the usual high standard production values associated with Kilkenny Musical Society performances.

    Christine will be joined on the creative team by renowned musical director David Wray in his first show with the society. This production will also feature scenic design by John O’Donoghue, and lighting design by Gerry Taylor.

    Hysterically funny yet chillingly intense, this soaring, heart-pounding musical tour de force will have you on the edge of your seat.

    Prices are €15 from Sunday to Tuesday and €20 from Thursday to Saturday. The Society is also offering Group discounts for 10 or more at €15 per ticket.

    Box office opens 1st January 2015 – 056-7761674 or

  • Registered Users Posts: 880 ✭✭✭ Rachiee

    Acting out presents: Standing on ceremony 9 short plays about equal marriage. Penned by various playwrights including Neil laBute, Paul Rudnick, and Wendy MacLeod, the play explores the issues surrounding the gay marriage debate, through a mix of comedy and drama.

    Tickets €5

    Outhouse,Dublin: Friday 20th March 2015
    An Taibhdhearc, Galway: Saturday 21st March
    Axis, Ballymun : Thursday 26th March
    Granary Theatre, Cork: Saturday 28th March

  • Registered Users Posts: 118 ✭✭ jim-jam

    Tangled Stars Theatre Company
    Arthur and Esther
    Written by Ross Howard

    In the wake of public spending cuts, Arthur wrestles with the methods set out in Montgomery Swank’s "28 Ways to Terminate Your Existence and Questions You May Have", the one book he has salvaged from the closure of his beloved library.

    In the wake of her own death, his wife Esther reconciles the ghosts of the past with a hope for the future. This play of regrets and lost chances is full of both outrageous dark comedy, deep sincerity and ultimately a compelling night of theatre.

    Starring two of Cork’s finest actors Kieran O’Leary (Othello, The Good Doctor and For Whom The State Doles) and Gemma Collins (Columbinus, The Gas Heart and Dog Sees God: Confessions of a TeenageBlockhead) in this elemental and affecting play of two worlds.

    This exceptional story explores love, its loss, and the lives we inherit and impose on others.

    Starring Kieran O’Leary and Gemma Collins.
    Directed by Jamie Feehily.

    Cork Arts Theatre
    9th – 11th April
    Opening Night Tickets €10
    Tickets €12 and €10 concession
    Booking 021 4505624


  • Registered Users Posts: 4 mossytcb

    by Jonathon Larson
    APRIL 22-25

    Garter Lane, Waterford
    Box Office: 051-855038

    In Jonathan Larson's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical, a group of bohemian artists, many of whom live with AIDS, struggle to maintain their friendships and their non-conformist ideals in New York's East Village.

    In association with our main sponsors.

  • Registered Users Posts: 4 NenaghTownie

    Nenagh Arts Centre presents Back Seat

    PLAY Youth Theatre is taking you outside the theatre to experience their intimate show from the back seat of a car. This is a unique theatrical treat that’s bound to please its audience. Meet us at the Box Office to begin your journey into the heads of our creative young actors and into the back seat of their lives.

    Please note: This is a site specific show, where the audience will watch the show from inside parked cars.

    Written and directed by Joanne Quinn and Niall Cleary

    Very Limited Seating – Pre-Booking advised

    Date: Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th April
    Times on both days: 3 p.m and 5 p.m
    Tickets: €7 per person

    Tickets available at or tickets sold at Nenagh Arts Centre, Banba Square or book online at

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  • Registered Users Posts: 1 IDGTF

    The 12th International Gay Theatre Festival starts tomorrow (May 4th) and runs until May 17. This year's diverse programme of accessible theatre proudly features performances by theatre companies from Ireland, UK, USA, Canada, South Africa, Iceland and Russia. An entirely new programme of theatre begins each Monday 4th/11th May 2015, totalling 183 performances of 27 plays, music, comedy and dance.

    Tickets are from €10-15 with a new nightly venue ticket of €25 for two plays in the same venue (7.30pm/9.00pm) being launched this year. Matinees are on Bank Holiday Monday (May 4th) and each Saturday (May 9th/16th).

    Secure online booking is now open on our website ( Box office opens April 27th from 12 noon to 3pm daily in the Grattan Coffee Shop/Boteco Brazil on 6 Ormond Quay Lower, Dublin 1 (Tel: 0851298158).

  • Registered Users Posts: 1,161 ✭✭✭ yeppydeppy


  • Registered Users Posts: 880 ✭✭✭ Rachiee

    Acting Out present Moises Kauffmans The Laramaie Project. A cast of 12 perform over 60 characters in this thought provoking piece of documentary theatre following the aftermath of of the horrific murder of 21 yr old gay college student Matthew Shephard which focused world wide media attention on the small town of Laramie, Wyoming. 22-26th June, Teachers Club , 7:30 pm

  • Moderators, Category Moderators, Arts Moderators, Entertainment Moderators, Social & Fun Moderators Posts: 16,538 CMod ✭✭✭✭ faceman


    Making their debut in Dublin, meet Texan Improv troupe, 'PGraph'

    Since their premier in November of 2005, Parallelogramophonograph has been more than just any improv troupe. Fiercely dedicated to the craft and art of improvised theatre, PGraph has held a weekly show non-stop for over 8 years. Early on in their time together Kaci Beeler, Kareem Badr, Roy Janik, and Valerie Ward knew they wanted to do something different onstage. Intrigued by the challenge of telling fantastic fully-improvised stories together as an ensemble, PGraph spent years developing original formats and studying the art of theatre, improv, and storytelling. They’ve toured the country and the world performing and teaching their unique brand of improv with ensemble appearances in over 40 cities in the US, Canada, Australia, and the UK.

    We're pleased to have them perform two of their shows in Dublin on Friday July 31st and Saturday August 1st.

    Friday 8pm Show: "Improvised French Farce" (Followed by the Frolicking Open Jam)
    French Farce is an exploration of the latent comedy in social status. Infidelity, insecurity, and insatiable appetites for wealth and power collide with riveting consequences. No topic is taboo; No neurosis too absurd.

    Rich in physical humor and word play, French Farce is a delight to watch. We turn a blank stage into a French salon, a blank script into sharp social commentary, and “improv comedy” into “théâtre improvisé”.

    Following the show we will be opening up the stage for an open jam with PGraph!

    Doors 8pm, show 8:30pm sharp for both shows.

    Saturday 8pm: Villainy (Followed by the Dark Open Jam)
    Villainy delves into the dark side of the human condition and tell stories that focus on the villains and anti-heroes we all love to hate.

    Villainy explores the thousand faces of evil, cruelty, and hatred, all in one comical, theatrical bundle. The good, sensible person in you will tell you to look away, but you won’t. Indulge in your darker side while we indulge in ours.

    Following the show we will be opening up the stage for an open jam with PGraph!

    Single Show: €10
    Both shows: €16

    Venue: The Harbour Playhouse
    30 Avenue Road, Portobello, Dublin 8

    For participants attending the Intensive weekend, a special rate of €10 in total for both shows.

    ★★★★★ “It was a rare treat to watch this highly skilled company”- Theatre People Australia

    ★★★★★ "Totally brilliant, we LOVED it." -London Improv

    “It’s a testament to their commitment to the craft and and their comfort on stage that they managed to sustain a rapt audience through laugh-free periods. You know, like good theater tends to do.”

    "Improvised comedy theatre was a genre which I previously wouldn't go within a mile of. But we said that whoever canvassed us first we would attend their show irregardless. What an eye opener! Fantastic acting, genuinely funny and a joy to watch the story unfold. Brilliant!"
    - BroadwayBaby at the Edinburgh Fringe 2011

    "Capturing the true spirit of the Fringe is this US improv four-piece…the outfit maintain a charismatic warmth throughout [the performance] as well as a sharp wit and excellent understanding of how to hold their audience."
    - The List UK

  • Registered Users Posts: 2 barnowlplayers

    Barn Owl Players present "Blood, Bats & Barn Owls" - Halloween at Rothe House.

    An evening celebrating Halloween with a feast of spooky stories, monstrous monologues and treacherous tales in the fabulous setting of the historic Rothe House, Kilkenny on Halloween Night, 8pm, Saturday 31st October.

    Tickets are 10€ inc. mulled cider.

    Booking is advised. email barn.owlers at

  • Registered Users Posts: 7 gmanprofit

    Stand up comedy show at Downes Pub tonight (19th Nov') from 9pm
    Comedy so funny, if you don't **** your pants you get your money back!!!!

    Address: 10 Thomas St, Waterford City
    (Just Off O'Connell street)

  • Registered Users Posts: 24 bigsmokeintern

    This year our winter literary cafe takes place on Sunday 6th of December from 3pm-6pm in Arthur's Pub on Thomas street. It's the highlight of our social calendar and an opportunity for friends, students and teachers to come together, experience some wonderful music, prose & poetry and celebrate the season. The evening will be a mixture of readings from established writers as well as our own students & teachers. The event is completely free and open to anyone & everyone who wishes to attend.

    Do come along on the night & please feel free to tell your friends! We hope to see you soon!

  • Closed Accounts Posts: 240 ✭✭ Ignatius in bloom


    By Sean Drugan

    The contents of my brain. Normality: A word that screams one thing but says another. Welcome to John’s apartment. The one he wont leave until he fixes these things he has wrong with him. Come meet Claudia who cares for him or Dimitri who tries to help him, The shrink who doesn’t say much or the fitness instructor who says to much, finally meet his neighbour who is a bit strange, but are we not all a bit strange?

    Normal is very different things to very different people. What does it mean to you?

    Join us for what is hopefully a serious yet humorous look at what makes us human, fragile and all the very things that normality opposes.

    The teachers club

    Parnell SQ west

    Dublin 1

    12€ at the door.

    50% of the door going to

    Its funny and for a great cause.

    Please show some support.

    Tonight at 8pm running till this Saturday every night and one matinee Saturday at 2pm.


  • Registered Users Posts: 7 gmanprofit

    OPEN MIC 15

    Monday, March 21st at 7pm
    Central Arts
    Central Hall, 123a Parade Quay, Waterford, Ireland

    The acclaimed Central Arts Open Mic is here and were on number 15! We are are excited to see a variety of different creativity since we began running the open mics and we are delighted to see how successful they have become. And Never forget to be new and edgy with whatever you want to do once your on that stage!

    Central Arts is taking submissions for acts: regulars and newbies, seasoned pros and first-timers. If you’ve been hiding your light, maybe it’s time for your star to shine. Are you an actor, magician, singer, musician, dancer, poet, comedian, writer, artist or rapper? Is it time the world witnessed your own unique talent in all its yuletide glory? So whatever your creative poison, it’s time for you to sign up, and you can by emailing Central Arts with your details at central arts Waterford Facebook page

    Entry on the night is just two euros for audience and performers. This is a BYOB event and free tea & coffee are provided. Show starts 8pm sharp!

  • Registered Users Posts: 7 farmerjesus

    Everyone's A Winner

    Book your tickets now to this quirky dark comedy, a twisting hour of genre-bending madness from Firedoor Theatre!

    Everyone's A Winner
    Tuesday June 28th —Sat Jul 2nd
    The Players Theatre, Trinity College, Dublin 2
    Doors @ 7.30pm, show begins promptly @ 8.00pm

    Tickets €12.00 from

    Imagine winning the lotto jackpot... only to lose the ticket.

    That’s just what happened to Charlie, when the best day of his life turned into the worst. Now everyone in Dublin is on the hunt for the missing ticket —From rioters on Thomas Street to a would-be inventor to two very chatty pigeons — there isn’t a soul in the city not hunting for Charlie’s missing millions!

    Everyone’s A Winner, directed by Brian Quinn, is the first play created by Firedoor Theatre's own writing group. Following on from the successes of When Blue Eyes Turn Brown (2013), The Misanthrope (2014,) and FOCUS (2015), Firedoor are proud to bring their most elaborate production yet to the stage this Summer.

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  • Registered Users Posts: 118 ✭✭ jim-jam

    Wandering Star present


    by Dennis Kelly

    Cork Arts Theatre, Carrolls Quay, Cork.
    Thursday 17th to Saturday 19th November @ 8pm

    DEBRIS by Dennis Kelly is the latest production from WANDERING STAR starring James De Burca (Juno & The Paycock, Everyman and Thomas Kent, Lantern Productions) and Úna O’Brien (After You Get What You Want… Theatre Development Centre, and Dogfight The Musical, NMT Productions).

    Written in 2003 by Dennis Kelly (Love & Money, Matilda The Musical and Channel 4’s Utopia) DEBRIS is a one-act play about a brother and sister; Michael and Michelle, who try to make sense of their dysfunctional childhood. They delight, scare and entertain each other and the audience throughout, recreating stories and exploring a host of characters from their past. The play is at times dark, hilarious, frightening and loving and keeps the audience guessing every step of the way.

    Directed by Katrina Foley

    Tickets: €15, €10 concessions
    Bookings: 021-4505624 or

  • Registered Users Posts: 2 Les Enfants Terribles

    FIGHTING HOMELESSNESS while supporting the arts!

    Anonymous / Jan 16th - Jan 28th 2017

    €1 from each ticket will go towards supporting the Hope in the Darkness initiative. We will have collection buckets at the door prior and after the play in support of Focus Ireland, Barnados, Dublin Simon Community, DePaul and the Peter McVerry Trust.


    'He is that homeless man who stops you in your tracks and makes you look twice. A poet and the self-proclaimed oldest homeless man in Dublin, Sean will spend the rest of his days in the gutter, only he will be looking at the stars... His life takes an unexpected turn when he meets Dolan, fresh out on the streets, lacking shoes and judgement.'

    Written by Mark Richardson
    Directed by Nathalie Clement
    Starring Zeff Lawless, Brendan Hickey, Conor Duffy, Nathalie Clement and Joe Clinton

  • Registered Users Posts: 2 Les Enfants Terribles

    1 euro from each ticket will go towards supporting the Hope In The Darkness initiative. We will have collection buckets at the door prior and after the play in support of Focus Ireland, Barnardos Ireland​, Dublin Simon Community, Depaul Ireland and the Peter McVerry Trust.

    Jan 16th - Jan 28th 2017
    Monday to Friday at 7 pm, Saturdays at 2.30 pm
    Running Time: 1h15
    Tickets: 10, Concessions: 8. Cash Only at the door.

    'He is that homeless man who stops you in your tracks and makes you look twice. A poet and the self-proclaimed oldest homeless man in Dublin, Sean will spend the rest of his days in the gutter, only he will be looking at the stars... His life takes an unexpected turn when he meets Dolan, fresh out on the streets, lacking shoes and judgement.'

    Written by Mark Richardson
    Directed by Nathalie Clement
    Starring Zeff Lawless, Brendan Benz Hickey, Conor Duffy, Nathalie Clement and Joe Clinton

    The International Bar, Dublin
    23 Wicklow St, Dublin 2

    Tickets on Eventbrite

  • Registered Users Posts: 886 ✭✭✭ randomchild

    No Drama Theatre is proud to present Agatha Christie’s most celebrated work “And Then There Were None”.

    Ten strangers receive a mysterious invite to a dinner party on an isolated island.

    One by one, their various sordid pasts catch up with them.
    One by one, they are accused.
    One by one, they meet their end.

    Peter Blennerhassett as Philip Lombard
    Noel Cahill as Thomas Rogers
    Kate Cosgrave as Vera Elizabeth Claythorne
    Louise Dunne as Emily Caroline Brent
    Szabi Fernczi as Fred Narracott
    Triona Keane as Ethel Rogers
    Michael O’Kelly as Dr Edward Armstrong
    Declan Ryan as William Henry Blore
    Robert Shaw-Smith as General Mackenzie
    Ciaran Traenor as Anthony Marston
    Adam Walsh as Justice Lawrence Wargrave

    Director - Renée van de Schoor
    Assistant Director - Siobhan Hickey
    Producer - David Breen

    *warning* Some violent themes.

    Tickets available on Smock Alley Theatre's website for €15 (€12 concession)

  • Registered Users Posts: 2 HeadAboveWater

    DOUBLE BILL: Hound's Hotel + Madhouse

    TUE 21 + WED 22 FEB | 9.30PM | Main Space Smock Alley Theatre

    Tickets: 12 Euros, Concessions: 10 Euros (Tickets on the Smock Alley website)

    HOUND'S HOTEL by Conor Duffy
    Frequented by wealthy and sophisticated, yet somewhat extraordinary patrons, Le Château du Chien is the most exclusive and luxurious hotel in all of the the Swiss Alps. The coveted peace within its wondrous walls is however troubled by the arrival of an unexpected and rather hairy guest. Blood ensues...

    MADHOUSE by Pat Upton
    Experience Madhouse, a play set in a surreal world where freedom reigns through explicit control. Yet Godfrey, armed only with a sharp tongue, refuses to believe that resistance is futile.
    Will you stand with him against tyranny?

    #SASH #SceneAndHeard #Zeitgeist #HoundsHotel #HAW

  • Registered Users Posts: 7 Purple Hare Theatre Company

    FEB 14 & FEB 15 ¦ 8pm ¦ Smock Alley Theatre Main Space

    Tickets 12 Eur, Concessions 10 Eur. Available on the Smock Alley website or by calling (01) 677 0014.

    By Little Rock Theatre
    Written by Stella Godmet and directed by Robert Harrington

    "An engagement about to be announced, a party in an old country house… Colleen; the bride to be, hides in the library where she comes face to face with her cousin ; Dee. The play unfolds, concealed motives and threats arise. The characters’ public masks drop. "We made a deal…medical history, history of mental disorder…Coco is trapped... or does Coco want to play?"

    Running time : 30 mins

    CAST: Stella Godmet, Maria Guiver, Matthew O'Brien, Martin Phillips, Michael Heavey

    Graphic Design: Eamon DA Godmet
    Lighting: Eoin Lennon
    Stage Manager: John Murphy
    Set Design: Lisa Krugel

    #SceneandHeard #SASH #Zeitgeist

  • Registered Users Posts: 82 ✭✭ Artdeco30

    Come and see the Balally Players staging an adaptation of Jane Austen's well-loved novel Pride and Prejudice.

    Running at the Mill Theatre, Dundrum, from February 21st to 25th (two shows on Sat 25th - afternoon and evening performance)

  • Registered Users Posts: 2 HeadAboveWater

    Hound’s Hotel: A Hairy Murderer On The Loose!

    Hound's Hotel by Head Above Water Theatre Company ¦ July 20, 21 & 22 ¦ 7pm in The Loft, Seven Bridgestreet ¦ Galway Fringe 2017

    A combination of wacky characters, slapstick comedy and musical farce, Hound's Hotel is a horror comedy which harks back to the classic British 70's sitcom, an adult pantomime which will grab your attention from the first line and hold you by the neck until the final bow.

    "Le Château Du Chien is the most luxurious hotel in all of the Swiss Alps. Manned by a staff of the finest workers in the hospitality industry, its patrons can enjoy refined food and unparalleled comfort. But one night, a quiet, unassuming gentleman appears, without a reservation, seeking a room. This sets off a chain of events which leads to the appearance of the greatest detective in the world, a spinning class gone awry and a killing spree which may, or may not, claim the lives of all the residents. All the while the full moon shines brightly overhead..."

    Tickets 14 €, Concessions 12 €
    Bookings on

    Audience Reviews:
    “Hound’s Hotel was hilarious. I could have watched it for hours.”
    “Great Story. Wes Anderson vibe with an Irish Twist.”
    “Fawlty Towers meets post-gothic musical on LSD! Absolutely silly and entertaining.”
    “A really good entertaining piece. Lots of diversity. Great fun and hugely entertaining.”
    “Excellent, very funny! Timing and acting were brilliant. Really good laugh.”
    “Duffy is a genius. Great show all round. Great humour and great craic.”
    “Absolutely Fabulous, great humour. Actors were brilliant. It made me laugh so much!”
    “I am coming from Austria, this is the first play I have seen in Ireland. It it was typical Irish humour, I loved it!”

    Written & Directed by Conor Duffy
    Co-Directed by Angelene Milne
    Lighting & Sound Design by Conor Burnell
    Produced by Nathalie Clement
    Stage Management by Joe Clinton

    Conor Duffy, Angelene Milne, Jordan Begley, Nathalie Clement, Warren Hanley, Hannah Lucy Joyce, Luke Collins, Gavan O'Connor Duffy, Joe Clinton, Elizabeth Doyle, Conor Hanley

  • Registered Users Posts: 8 freakyJ

    Firedoor Theatre are proud to present The Lovers' Guide to Losing Your Mind, written by Jason Coburn, directed by Alex McKenzie.

    A darkly comic tale exploring love, hate, memory and growing up — all the while tearing apart the rules of live theatre to do it.

    The story follows two ill-adjusted young Dubliners, Andy and Annie, drawn together by a shared sense of uncertainty as to where their lives should be going as they cross into their thirties.

    However, like so many turbulent romances, the story soon morphs into something darker — the tale of two exes, trying to reconcile their conflicting memories from a brief but impactful relationship that ended eight years previously.


    December 5th-9th, The Teachers Club, 36 Parnell Square W
    Doors at 7.30pm, show begins promptly at 8.00pm

    Tickets available now at: firedoortheatre dot com

    Special preview price, Tuesday Dec 5th: €10
    Regular price, Wed-Sat: €15
    Also available at the door

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  • Registered Users Posts: 1,864 ✭✭✭ steve_r

    Firedoor Theatre are proud to present Paint, written by Stephen Ryan, directed by Sarah Thunder.

    In Paint, two men struggle to find a way to cope with the challenges they face in life. While one searches fruitlessly for answers, the other forgoes sleep to paint — not canvases, but walls, the same walls, night after night…


    March 21st to 24th, Upstairs at Doyle's, College Green
    Doors at 7.30pm, show begins promptly at 8.00pm

    Tickets available now at: firedoortheatre dot com

    Regular price, Wed-Sat: €10
    Also available at the door