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20-09-2009, 23:38   #16
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Sandbox (Garter Lane, Waterford) - Stage Mad Productions

I've seen a few productions by Stage Mad and in particular this director, James Power is excellent. Their next production is called Sandbox and stars an actor, Brian Quinn, who has taught many a top workshop with the Boards Drama Group.

In Sandbox, three American soldiers find themselves caught in the no man’s land of “Ambush Alley”, near the border of Iraq and Syria. Ted McClain and Jason Platt are fast tracking soldiers, looking for action and quick promotions. They convince Ramona Valdez to join them in an attempt to capture a supposed insurgent near the Syrian border, while also lining their pockets with anything they can steal. After a firefight goes horribly wrong, the wounded three find themselves trapped with Hassan, a suicide bomber, determined to kill himself and the infidels who have invaded his country. Sandbox is the story of young people at war, prisoners of their situation as well as their own beliefs. This play is running during the Imagine Arts Festival.


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Bradan Players, Leixlip and Insight Theatre, Celbridge

Its one-act festival time again.

Both Bradan Players, Leixlip and Insight Theatre, Celbridge are taking to the festival circuit. As a pre-run before embarking on the festivals, both groups are coming together to present their offerings as a single show of one-act plays in the Kildrought Inn, Celbridge from Tue. 20th Oct to Fri. 23rd Oct.

Insight present "Semper Fidelis" by Henry Hudson

Bradan present "The Quality of Boiled Water" by Jason Milligan

If you're in the North Kildare area, why not drop in.

Check out http://www.bradan.org and http://insighttheatrecelbridge.com
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The Caretaker - New show from 1984 - One Week ONLY

1984 return with a new production of Harold Pinter's The Caretaker, one of the truly great plays of the 20th Century.
A young man, Aston, brings a vagrant, Davies, back to the West London house he maintains for his brother, Mick, a builder with ambitions to transform the place. Mick is initially disturbed by this intrusion, but eventually offers Davies the position of "caretaker", both of the house and of his disturbed brother.
From the simple premise of three men jostling for control of one room, Pinter fashions a vividly realised microcosm of the world outside, and shows the ways in which people deceive themselves and each other, offering us absurdist comedy along the way.
This production reunites director Pat Burke with actors Ed Jackson and Des Slowey from last year's successful production of Copenhagen, and is not to be missed.
It runs:

Tues. 13th to Sat. 17th October, 8 pm at
T@36 (The Teachers' Club), Parnell Sq.
Tickets are €15/11 conc.
Bookings are on 0871423160
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13-10-2009, 12:34   #19
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Press Release – 13 October 2009

Dublin Youth Theatre presents Half 3 Heroes
A brand new specially commissioned play for Dublin Youth Theatre by Sarah & Steve (RTÉ 2) co-writer and star Emmet Kirwan
Monday 26th – Saturday 31st October 2009, 8.15pm, Project Cube, Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Dublin 1

13 October 2009; Dublin Youth Theatre (DYT) were delighted to confirm today that they will be back in Project Arts Centre for their new show, Half 3 Heroes from 26th – 31st October 2009. Half 3 Heroes takes you into the near future, into the world, thoughts, chats and slags of a group of teenagers, thrown together by changes in a turbulent education system, as they try to come to terms with their own identity as well as the rapidly changing societal identity of a new ‘Ireland.’

Emmet Kirwan, a former member of DYT, worked closely with the youth theatre members to produce a script that would provide a true representation of the voices and experiences of young people in Ireland. Kirwan wanted to remain true to their experiences and not traditionally perceived ideas associated with teenagers. This is not the first time Kirwan has permeated the language of young people living in Dublin, he also co-wrote with David Coffey (Dan & Becs), the new Accomplice TV/ RTÉ comedy series Sarah & Steve, in which he also plays Steve.

Half 3 Heroes is the first show Willie White has directed during his 3 year tenure as Artistic Director of Dublin Youth Theatre and will be the last performance under his guidance before Gary Keegan (Brokentalkers Theatre Company) takes over the role later this year. For White Half 3 Heroes reinforces the credibility in the belief that the teenage years are the most formative in an individual’s life and that young people have something to teach us about the world we’re creating for them to ultimately sort out. Commenting on the show White said ‘This is a great opportunity to work directly with the members - I’m looking forward to getting really strong performances from the large cast of over twenty’

Dublin Youth Theatre presents
Half 3 Heroes
Written by Emmet Kirwan and directed by Willie White
Previews Monday 26th & 27th October
Opens Wednesday 28th – Saturday 31st October
Nightly at 8.15pm
Project Cube, Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Tickets €15/€12 (Concession)
Bookings + 353 (1) 881 9613/4 / www.projectartscentre.ie


FOR FURTHER MEDIA INFORMATION/IMAGES:
Maria Schweppe
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E: dyt@iol.ie

Notes for Editors:

1. Dublin Youth Theatre

Since its foundation in 1977, DYT has provided innovative and exciting opportunities for young people in the 14 - 22 age group to gain experience in drama, theatre and the related arts. DYT aims to provide for the personal and social development of its members through participation in drama workshops and productions and to attain a high artistic standard in the public performance of plays which are relevant to the lives of young people today.

2. Willie White
Willie White has been Artistic Director of Project Arts Centre since 2002, responsible for commissioning, co-production and programming for two performance spaces and occasional off-site locations. He recently directed Two Hundred Feet, a dance film by Ella Clarke with a live score composed by Dara Smith, produced by Project Arts Centre and screened at Absolut Fringe and in 2008 he produced and directed Rosaleen McDonagh: My Story, produced Roll Up Your Sleeves: The DIY Counterculture, written and directed by Dylan Haskins both for Dublin Community Television with funding from the Broadcasting Commission of Ireland.

Before Project Arts Centre, he worked for RTÉ, the Irish public service broadcaster, for four years, mostly on television arts programmes, initially as a reporter and researcher and later as an Assistant Producer on The View.

Willie is a graduate of UCD and TCD where he read English and Irish Theatre respectively. In 2008 he was awarded the Jerome Hynes Fellowship on the Clore Leadership Programme.

3. Emmet Kirwan
A former member of Dublin Youth Theatre, Emmet Kirwan graduated from the acting training programme at the Samuel Beckett Centre in Trinity College in 2001. Film and Television credits include The Take (Sky One), Inside I'm Dancing (Universal), The Boys and Girl from County Clare (Metro-Goldwyn), Ella Enchanted (Miramax), Porcelain (Inis Films), and Shattered (I-Wire Films). Emmet also played the parts of Animal in the RTE drama series Legend and Ray McDermott in The Big Bow Wow, also for RTE. Theatre credits include Monged (Fishamble), Mushroom (Storytellers), Alone It Stands (Andrews Lane), Carshow 3 (Corn Exchange/Barabbas), One Project (Pan Pan),Where He Lies (Island Theatre Company), Ladies and Gents (Semper Fi), Rent (Olympia), The Indian Wants the Coombe (Purple Heart) and Election Night (Bewley’s). Emmet also co-wrote (with David Coffey) and plays the role of Steve in the new Accomplice TV/RTE comedy series Sarah & Steve.
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Casting Call for Voice Actors

Male & female voice actors wanted for radio sitcom pilot.

Convincing English accents desirable.

Roles are unpaid but the recorded pilot will be made available for showreels

PM me or email radioscript@hotmail.co.uk before 23rd October for more information
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05-11-2009, 23:11   #21
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Flying Feathers

Thurles Drama Group are delighted to present

Flying Feathers
a comedy by Derek Benfield

When Chief Constable Henry Potterton and his sister Sarah arrive at the country house of their late brother Bernard, they are astonished to find scantily clad ladies wandering about, not knowing that Bernard’s housekeeper Nora has turned the place into a ‘House of sin’.

There are many hilarious comings and goings as clients arrive and Nora tries to keep her visitors from finding out what is really going on.

Thurles Drama Group’s latest production promises you a night of riotous comedy.

Book here..
http://www.thesourceartscentre.ie/wh...p?Event_ID=331
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09-11-2009, 11:05   #22
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Dublin Youth Theatre Fundraiser

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Season's Greetings by Alan Ayckbourn

Season’s Greetings by Alan Ayckbourn in The Mill Theatre, Dundrum
Date: Tues 24th November - Sat 28th November at 8pm
Admission €18/€15
Directed by Tom Ronayne

Book tickets €18/€15:
01-2969340 http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/Tick...rgan_val=23997


Tired of the same old panto’s at Christmas? Want to see something different to get you into the spirit of the season? Well, look no further than the current offering from Glencullen Musical and Dramatic Society. ‘Season’s Greetings’ is a play that captures the humour, chaos and tension of family time at Christmas and is guaranteed to send audiences home with a smile on their face and a spring in their step.

“The play takes place over a couple of days during the Christmas period, set in an English household and revolves around the different relationships between family and friends as they gather to celebrate the season”, says Tom Ronayne, Director. “It is fast paced, laced with black humour, drama and comedy with a fantastic cast who are working hard to do justice to the great script penned by Alan Ayckbourn”.
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Marlow Pantomime...Snow White!

Marlow Entertainers

We have been staging traditional family pantomimes for almost 50 years in the picturesque town of Marlow, on the river Thames about 25 miles from the centre of London.

This year we will be performing Snow White and we have an enthusiastic cast of all ages from the local community who believe it is important for this local pantomime tradition to continue. All profit made goes to charity and therefore we hope as many local people as possible will come along to join in the festive fun!

Mirror, mirror on the wall, where is the best panto of them all?
This December, don't miss our fun-packed, family pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs! With comedy, singing, dancing, a donation to a local charity from any profit made from the show, audience participation and all for only £5 a ticket, what more could you want from a pantomime?!


Dates: Wednesday 2nd December, Friday 4th December, Saturday 5th December and Sunday 6th December 2009
Venue: Shelley Theatre, Marlow
Box office number: 01628 483597 (Marlow Tourist Information)
Website address: www.marlowentertainers.co.uk

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Enjoy Mozart's Requiem in the beautiful surroundings of Trinity College Dublin.

WEDNESDAY 25 NOVEMBER
THURSDAY 26 NOVEMBER
THE PUBLIC THEATRE – TRINITY COLLEGE – 8PM

Featured in the film “Amadeus”, don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to be part of Mozart’s Requiem – his last composition and one of his most popular and respected works.

The concert will be held in Trinity College’s Public Theatre at 8pm on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th. It will be performed by Ireland’s oldest Choral Society: The University of Dublin Choral Society.[/font]

The performance will begin at 8pm sharp and features an all-Mozart programme including:
  • Requiem
  • Coronation Mass
  • Overture from the Magic Flute
Founded in 1837, The University of Dublin Choral Society performs three concerts each year, one at the end of each term. The tradition that members wear the formal academic gown for performances is upheld and concerts take place in the beautiful surroundings of the Examination Hall, Trinity College Dublin.

Tickets are €10 and €15 and can be purchased on the night.

For more information visit www.udcs.org



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Peter Pans at D-Light

Peter Pans by 50% Male Experimental Theatre

After a huge success of the preview last weekend, D-light Studios will host 50% Male Experimental Theatre with their performance; ‘Peter Pans’ on the 19, 20, 21, 22 of November.

Choreographed by Anna Gáciarz, Peter Pans explores the syndrome of the same name, a generation of people who don’t want to grow up, who find it difficult to express love. Peter Pans – people with the body of an adult but the mind of a child.

Peter Pans is a combination of physical theatre and contemporary dance theatre technique.

This debut performance by an experimental dance/theatre company, comprises of 3 male and 3 female performers with wildly different back-stories, complimentary skills and a tendency to crack up at tender, ‘sensitive’ moments. They are from Poland and Ireland. They are dancers (and stilt-walkers), office workers and visual artists. The group first got together in February 2009 and found they had an amazing chemistry; their months of work has resulted in this universal tale about a certain generation of people (their generation) who don’t want to grow up; a generation of Peter Pans..

Come over to D-light Studios, Dublin1 and immerse yourself in an amazing spectacle that tells a story we have all have experienced in people we know or, even more so, in ourselves.

Shows start at 8pm sharp and tickets at the price of €10 are available online at peterpans.d-lightstudios.com and in the box office.



You can check also our facebook page here. And feel free to pass this email on any of your friends.
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Snow White & The Artful Dodgers

Greenhills Variety Group present:

SNOW WHITE AND THE ARTFUL DODGERS!

Jan 4th - 9th in Greenhills Community Centre, Dublin 12

A twist to the classic fairytale! See poster or PM us for more details

See you there
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25-11-2009, 15:52   #28
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Accidental Death Of An Anarchist by Devious Theatre


The Devious Theatre Company are launching their Dario Fo Season with the maniacal murder mystery comedy Accidental Death Of An Anarchist, arguably the Nobel Prize winning dramatist’s most famous play.

This will be the first play to be staged in the new Set Theatre, John Street, Killkenny. They will be returning in March of 2010 with the next part of the season, Dario Fo’s Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay!

Accidental Death Of An Anarchist will run from Wednesday December 2nd to Sunday December 6th and tickets are available in RollerCoaster Records, Set Theatre and online at Devioustheatre.com
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In'Vison (Today)

An impromptu audio visual gathering in a gallery today, November 26th..at 5PM.

Bring your music and your player with you. It's fun, everyone is welcome and it's FREE. Location is due to be announced today 1PM.

For more details:

http://lecool.com/cities/dublin/news...s/current.html
http://www.twitter.com/invision_event

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The event will take place in the Hugh Lane Gallery.

We will begin to assemble at Wolf Tone Park (Garden Of Remembrance) just off Parnell Street at 5PM. We will begin to make our way to the gallery at 5:15 so make sure you get their early.

Bring your Mp3 Players and Earphones and any friends who wish to take part.

See you all there.
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